RACP

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AcronymDefinition
RACPRoyal Australasian College of Physicians
RACPRedevelopment Assistance Capital Program (Pennsylvania)
RACPRapid Access Chest Pain
RACPRéunion des Amateurs de Chiens Pyrénéens (French dog club)
RACPRenault Alliance Club Passion (French: Renault Alliance Fan Club; automobile website)
RACPRegional Airspace Control Plan
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* HEART TREATMENT: Chris Large, right centre, at the Huddersfield Royal Infirmary's rapid access chest pain clinic with, from left, staff nurse Michelle Ingham, Sister Andrea Gillespie and staff nurse Sheena Chapman (
An expanded and modernised outpatient department, supported by increased X-ray and Ultrasound facilities and to also include: a rapid access chest pain clinic; facilities for multi-disciplinary clinics; an integrated sexual health clinic; and, potentially an expanded Audiology Unit..
Rapid access chest pain clinics will be opened across the country by 2003 and breast cancer screening will be extended to cover all women aged 65 to 70, to get prompt diagnosis.
But rapid access chest pain clinics could be developed in Llandudno and further specialist advice will be sought with regard to the minor injuries unit.
n The trust exceeding the national target against the emergency department 4 hour waiting time, seeing 98.4 per cent of patients within the 4 hours All patients were seen by the rapid access chest pain clinic within two weeks.
Deaths within 30 days of a heart bypass operation Deaths within 30 days of selected surgical procedures Emergency readmission to hospital following treatment for stroke Improving measures to control superbug MRSA Infection control Ensuring eligible heart attack victims are given clot-busting drugs within 30 minutes of arrival Hospital food Ensuring patients coming in for day surgery have choice in the day Outpatient survey in A and E focusing on information and choice Outpatient survey in And E saying care was safe, high quality, co-ordinated care Ensuring no inpatient waits longer than six month for surgery Waiting times for rapid access chest pain clinic Ensuring junior doctors hours regulations are met Responses from NHS-employed staff opinion survey on satisfaction with employer
Rapid access chest pain clinics are to be set up and there will be a maximum six-month wait for heart surgery, reducing to three months by 2008.
Deaths within 30 days of a heart bypass operation Deaths within 30 days of selected surgical procedures Emergency readmission to hospital following treatment for stroke Improving measures to control superbug MRSA Infection control Ensuring eligible heart attack victims are given clot-busting drugs within 30 minutes of arrival Hospital food Ensuring patients coming in for day surgery have choice in the day Outpatient survey in A & E focusing on information and choice Outpatient survey in A & E saying care was safe, high quality, co-ordinated care Ensuring no inpatient waits longer than six month for surgery Waiting times for rapid access chest pain clinic Ensuring junior doctors hours regulations are met Responses from NHS-employed staff opinion survey on satisfaction with employer