PWHS

AcronymDefinition
PWHSPrince William Health System (Manassas, Virginia)
PWHSPlymouth Whitemarsh High School (Plymouth Meeting, PA)
PWHSPrayer Warriors of the Holy Souls (Catholic apostolate)
PWHSParrs Wood High School (Manchester, England)
PWHSParkway West High School
PWHSPortsmouth West High School (Ohio)
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Most of the participants who selected the PHWs sign provided the reason that PWHs reminded them about the negative effect from smoking and that it would work more effectively as a sign posted in public places than a picture on cigarette packs because it can often be seen by both smokers and non-smokers.
The PWHS is a Catholic lay apostolate of the Monfort Foundation Inc.
Early on, PWHS board and management recognized the need to aggressively recruit physicians to keep pace with community needs.
PWHS considers both these perspectives in developing its recruitment plan.
This has been an important consideration for PWHS, which assists a number of private practices with recruitment each year.
For PWHS, the GASH definition usually includes most of the hospital's primary service area and occasionally a town or two in the secondary service area.
For PWHS, for example, one town fell within the 75 percent threshold one year but not the next.
To ensure the needs of residents in outlying parts of the service area are met, PWHS subdivides the service area into geographic clusters and develops recruitment targets to address physician shortages in those communities.
Once the service area is determined, PWHS uses commercially available population projections to estimate the number of people now in the service area and projected community population, typically five years out.
Important considerations for PWHS include the rapid historical and projected population growth and the comparatively young age composition.
PWHS uses a blend of ratios, age-adjusted for its comparatively young community.
The Mass of Remembrance is sponsored by the PWHS, a Catholic lay apostolate of the Monfort Foundation Inc.