NCHA

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AcronymDefinition
NCHANational Cutting Horse Association
NCHANational College Health Assessment
NCHANorthern Collegiate Hockey Association
NCHANorth Carolina Hospital Association
NCHANorthern Counties Housing Association
NCHANational Clearing House Association
NCHANational Care Homes Association
NCHANorthern Colorado Homeschool Association
NCHANorth Carolina Herb Association
NCHANational Country Ham Association
NCHANational Care Home Association (UK)
NCHANorth Cumbria Health Authority (UK)
NCHANational Center of the Haitian Apostolate
NCHANorth Carolina Honors Association
NCHANorth Carolina Horseshoer's Association
NCHANorth Carolina Herpetoculturists Association
NCHANational Chauvinistic Husbands Association
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In April, North Cumbria Health Authority successfully halted plans to build a huge funeral pyre at Longtown, near Carlisle.
Last night Dr Nigel Calvert, consultant in communicable diseases for North Cumbria Health Authority, urged parents to get their children vaccinated.
North Cumbria Health Authority has barred the use of mass burnings until the assessment is produced.
The chief executive of North Cumbria Health Authority, Robin MacLeod, said he 'wholeheartedly' apologised to the patients and their families for the mistreatment they endured at the hands of the North Lakeland Trust.
But after the court victory, North Cumbria Health Authority - which replaced East Cumbria - made no move to pay the interim award.
A spokesman for North Cumbria Health Authority said last night: "A man working on the slaughter and disposal of animal carcasses as part of the efforts to control the epidemic in North Cumbria is being investigated for possible foot-and-mouth disease."
The health authority, which has since changed its name from East Cumbria to North Cumbria Health Authority, admitted liability, but had been waiting to assess her illness before offering a settlement.
The GP has been suspended by North Cumbria Health Authority and the General Medical Council had been informed.
A spokesman for North Cumbria health authority said: "A man working on the slaughter and disposal of animal carcasses as part of efforts to control the epidemic is being investigated for possible foot and mouth disease."
North Cumbria Health Authority said Dr Gordon had agreed not to return to work pending the police investigation.
Dr Stella Goh, of North Cumbria Health Authority said of the three youngsters: "It is difficult to say whether lives are in danger.
North Cumbria Health Authority yesterday called for the burning of animal carcasses to be postponed following the revelations of the health risks posed by funeral pyres.
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