CBOCS

AcronymDefinition
CBOCSCracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.
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Debakey VA Medical Center;2002 Holcombe Boulevard;Houston, TX 77030-4298;Requirement Will Inlcude Satellite Cbocs
This was necessary for the HBC workgroups because they cover more diverse health care tasks than CBOCs, so we were concerned with referents to inappropriate workgroups.
The PVAMC operated a total of eight outpatient clinics, including five teleretinal imaging screening programs at CBOCs in Salem, West Linn, Bend, and Hillsboro, Oregon; and Vancouver, Washington.
The CBOCs were supposed to bring medical care closer to veterans.
Patients come to all four CBOCs for a variety of appointment types.
that are related to employment or occur at the workplace," i.e., those that only affect "the terms and conditions of employment"); see also CBOCS W., Inc.
GAO reviewed applicable laws and VA policies, interviewed officials, and visited a judgmental sample of 9 VA medical centers (VAMC) and 10 community-based outpatient clinics (CBOC) chosen, in part, based on the number of women using services.
The local Blantyre synod runs seven CBOCs serving over 800 children, from three to six years of age.
It recently announced plans to open 25 new Community-Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs) across the country.
VHA health facility assignments were made for VHA community-based outpatient clinics (or CBOCs), VHA integrated clinical facilities, VHA outpatient clinics, VA medical centers, and Vet Centers.
The majority of participants were enrolled in a health education program at a Midwestern VA medical center, while some joined from off-site community-based outpatient clinics (CBOCs).