WDH

AcronymDefinition
WDHWyoming Department of Health
WDHWausau Daily Herald (Wausau, WI)
WDHWilliam Demant Holding (Denmark)
WDHWashington Department of Health
WDHWorld Database of Happiness
WDHWindhoek, Namibia - Jg Strijdom (Airport Code)
WDHWidth Depth Height
WDHWasher/Dryer Hookup
WDHWakefield and District Housing, Ltd. (UK)
WDHWe're Done Here
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During further interviews with the patient's family, local public health workers and WDH learned that the patient's husband had consulted a county weed and invasive species authority about the bat incident during the week after it occurred, but he was neither informed about the risk for rabies exposure nor referred to medical or public health officials.
Most children had been ill for 2 days before arrival at WDH, and 20% had been pretreated with an antimalarial drug, an antimicrobial drug, or both.
With this collaboration, WDH will look into outsourcing its hospitalist staff to Huggins until Huggins is able to develop a similar program to the one offered in Dover.
At the beginning of each year, WDH must report to WDA on the epidemiology of foodborne illness in Wyoming.
WDH reviewed a clinic-provided line list of 42 patients tested for GAS pharyngitis using rapid antigen detection tests (RADTs) during March 13-17 and two additional patients who had received diagnoses of GAS pharyngitis the previous week and returned with persistent symptoms.
We are excited about the growth opportunities in Poland and in Central and Eastern Europe, and WDH provides MCC with an excellent platform for growth in this region.
The issue of health insurance has been the focus of a public campaign by construction union picketers at WDH over the past year raising concerns and causing confusion," Walker said.
After essentially breaking even on the program for a number of years, WDH had a net $6.
WDH President Greg Walker told the Dover Planning Board the proposed expansion is a direct result of booming demand for hospital services as populations in Dover and surrounding towns grow and as the baby boomer population ages.
This report describes the subsequent investigation by WDH, the Wyoming Department of Agriculture (WDA), and the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (WDEQ), which identified Norovirus and Campylobacter species as the etiologic agents.
In this investigation, a case was defined as a confirmed or probable case of tularemia reported to WDH during 1990-2003.
Proceeds from the 2011 bonds will be used to fund a tower project, refinance outstanding debt including a $30 million short-term capital anticipation note, reimburse WDH for prior capital expenditures, and pay the cost of issuance.