QHCQuality in Health Care (journal)
QHCQueens Hospital Center (New York City)
QHCQueensland Heritage Council (independent statutory authority; Australia)
QHCQuinte Healthcare Corporation
QHCQuadrature Hybrid Coupler
QHCHonorary Chaplain to the Queen (UK)
QHCQueens Hospital Close (University of Birmingham; UK)
QHCQuarter Horse Club
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"QHC launches with a clear vision to focus on improving the health care in every community where services are provided," Thomas Miller, president and chief executive of Quorum Health Corp., said in prepared remarks.
Controlled [HbA.sub.1c] rates in the DHC, FHC, and QHC centers were 27.0%, 40.0%, and 28.5%, respectively.
AsepticSure will be establishing a new gold standard in the continuing quest for excellence in patient safety and quality health care, which is supported by the great ease-of-use and compatibility that the system demonstrated at QHC Belleville General Hospital, added Dr Shannon.
Richard Lynn and Tatu Vanhanen published in their book IQ and Global Inequality (2006) a composite index of the Quality of Human Conditions (QHC), which combines five variables: (1)PPP/ GNP per capita 2002, (2) adult literacy rate, (3) gross tertiary enrollment ratio, (4) life expectancy at birth, and (5) the Index of Democratization 2002.
Kingdom is joined by Sharjah-based QHC Architects & Engineers who enjoy considerable experience of the Northern Emirates.
In 2007, the American Institute of Cancer Research concluded that the evidence for green tea was not sufficient to support claims for lowering cancer risk, even though the FDA had previously approved a weakly worded Qualified Health Claim (QHC) for green tea reducing the risk of breast and prostate cancer.
This article attempts to suggest the existence of a human computer called Quantum Human Computer (QHC) on the basis of an analogy between human beings and computers.
The QHC has recreated Captain Henry Ruiter's Company of King's Rangers and three Seven Years' War units.
The construction of a modem, new 200-bed hospital facility enabled QHC to redistribute and consolidate its operations, making a portion of its campus available for development.
Four studies met eligibility criteria: the Teen-Tot Clinic (TTC) (Nelson, Key, Fletcher, Kirkpatrick, & Feinstein, 1982), the Queens Hospital Center (QHC) (Rabin, Seltzer, & Pollack, 1991), the Teen Mother and Child Program (TMCP) (Elster, Lamb, Tavare, & Ralston, 1987), and the Special Care Program (SCP) (O'Sullivan & Jacobsen, 1992) (see Table 1).
Shares of QHC will continue to be listed on the NYSE, subject to the company's compliance with other continued listing standards.