FHCS

AcronymDefinition
FHCSFederal Human Capital Survey
FHCSFountain Hills Charter School (Arizona)
FHCSFrankford Health Care System (San Mateo, CA)
FHCSFlat Head Cap Screw
FHCSFire Helicopter Supervisor (various organizations)
FHCSFair Housing Contact Service (Akron, OH)
FHCSFlint Hills Christian School (Manhattan, KS)
FHCSFlight Hour Consumable Supplies
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Table-1: Descriptive Features of the Personnel at Family Health Clinics (FHCs).
"FHCS is a well-known player in the accident and health space with a strong management team and experienced professionals," said J.
According to data from the history of primary healthcare coverage (22), there were 509 Community Health Agents (CHA), 35 Family Health Center (FHC) teams (38% coverage), 30 Oral Health teams, and 4 Family Health Support Centers (FHSC).
392 mothers with a 6-month-old baby registered with the relevant FHCs on the dates of the study, and 377 (96% of the universe) agreed to participate in the study and these mothers were included this study.
Mothers who applied for FHC for any reason, were able to establish healthy communication, had at least one child, and had breastfed her child were recruited into the study.
(12) In that report, the Federal Reserve expressed concerns about FHCs' ability to engage in physical commodities activities.
Despite the anecdotal nature of these findings, we believe that the association with FHCs was not incidental.
To explore whether differences exist in the various efficiency characteristics of the bank industry including those of FHCs and PGBs, a nonparametric statistical analysis, the Kruskal-Wallis Test, is used for unknown distribution scores [32].
Earlier, the FHCs had old ambulances out of which most were out of order.
Thirty-one (83.8%), out of the 36 (57.8%) patients who complained they did not receive from the FHP all the medicine needed, said that they had to buy them; 4 (10.8%) went to other FHCs or to neighboring towns; 2 (5.4%) waited for the arrival of the drugs at the health units (PAIVA et al., 2006).
The credit intermediation process of DBDs is similar to that of financial holding companies (FHCs; Table 5).