ADHB

AcronymDefinition
ADHBAuckland District Health Board (New Zealand)
References in periodicals archive ?
Auckland City Hospital is an 850-bed teaching hospital that provides secondary care for approximately 478,000 people who reside in central and eastern Auckland, and tertiary care to residents of the Auckland District Health board (ADHB) region and of many other DHBs.
Jarboe et al., "Optical mapping and sequencing of the Escherichia coli KO11 genome reveal extensive chromosomal rearrangements, and multiple tandem copies of the Zymomonas mobilis pdc and adhB genes," Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology, vol.
A cross-sectional descriptive study was designed to identify the level of SD and its importance to people living on dialysis at the ADHB Renal Service.
The national policy environment gives inconsistent directions on the inclusion of refugee groups (ADHB 2002b), and the study revealed the tension between national and local strategic health goals.
The health sector within ADHB has been surely strengthened by the addition of this amazing workforce and project.
Instant access to patient information is just one of the benefits of a new electronic patient records system implemented by the Auckland District Health Board (adhb.co.nz), according to officials there.
Organisers at Auckland District Health Board (ADHB), which this month had 130.5 full-time equivalent (FTE) registered nurse vacancies, fear for staff health and well-being if the situation continues.
Retrieved January 8, 2014 from the ADHB website http:// nationalwomenshealth.adhb.govt.nz/Portals/0/Annual%20Reports/ACR%20Fin al%202012%20V2.pdf
The forecast comes from the latest ADHB Market Intelligence/English Beef and Lamb Executive (Eblex) report, which showed a fall in cattle numbers at the end of last year.
Throughout the meeting there were other nurse speakers covering such topics as "Radial Access for Interventional Radiology procedures," "Portacath Insertion" and "The Radiology Lounge" by Mike McAleer (Mercy Angiography, Auckland), "Advances in Central Venous Access Device (CVAD) Securement, an Auckland District Health Board (ADHB) experience" by Samantha Cotton and "Inventory Management in Interventional Radiology" by Tracy Nicholls (ADHB).
Physiotherapy Clinical Practicum Leader, ADHB and Super Vision Associates