ERHA

AcronymDefinition
ERHAEastern Regional Health Authority (Ireland)
ERHAElectric Railway Historical Association (of Southern California)
ERHAEthiopian Rainwater Harvesting Association (est. 1999)
ERHAEast Region Hockey Association (UK)
ERHAEnergy Rated Homes of Arkansas
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The ERHA said that it was having trouble recruiting new nurses.
A spokesman from the ERHA said that it had been informed by the Mater that it intended to borrow EUR5.
ACHP, with input from ERHA and AHFC, has emulated the successful Canadian R-2000 program and has also incorporated Swedish techniques to offer state-of-the-art workshops in northern building science.
I think that it is definitely a positive move to answer the questions left unanswered in the ERHA report," he said.
New ERHA figures showed patients living in Wicklow, Kildare and Dublin have been losing out and their treatment rates were lower than in the rest of the country.
The ERHA is one of the most pro-active in the country but faces a huge uphill task with the number of addicts in its care.
Dr Kiely added: "We are still awaiting definitive information from the ERHA about the final result of tests.
It is now time for the ERHA and the expert committee to deal with this case effectively for the good of the public.
On Tuesday morning somebody within the ERHA made the decision to contact the IMO helpline and told us they were looking for us to deal with two suspected cases.
The case has been referred by the ERHA to the IMO Public Health Doctors' Strike Committee, which has agreed to allow doctors to do follow-up contact tracing and monitoring.
ERHA believe their cancer costs this year will be e15million, up from e10million in 2000.
And costs are rising steeply because blood products being used in many of the hospitals under ERHA control are 20 times more expensive than those it used before.