WMH

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AcronymDefinition
WMHWhite Matter Hyperintensities
WMHWestern Maine Health
WMHWayne Memorial Hospital (Honesdale, PA)
WMHWar Memorial Hall (various locations)
WMHWhip My Hair (Willow Smith song)
WMHWMH Walter Meier Holding AG (Switzerland)
WMHWestmead Hospital (Sydney, Australia)
WMHWaukesha Memorial Hospital (Wisconsin)
WMHMountain Home, AR, USA (Airport Code)
WMHWaste Management Federal Services of Hanford, Incorporated
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A spokeswoman for the girl's family issued a statement Friday saying the girl was released from Waukesha Memorial Hospital.
Rebecca Anderson, MSN, RN, ANP-BC, is an Advanced Practice Nurse, the Pelvic Health Center, ProHealth Care, Waukesha Memorial Hospital, Waukesha, WI.
Kristine Zinkgraf, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, is an Advanced Practice Nurse, the Pelvic Health Center, ProHealth Care, Waukesha Memorial Hospital, Waukesha, WI.
This is the story of Waukesha Memorial Hospital. It is a real-life example of the daily interaction, connection, and feeling between caregiver and patient on the campus.
He began his 42-year career with the organization in 1969 as administrative resident at Waukesha Memorial Hospital. He was vice president of ProHealth and president of Waukesha Memorial Hospital when he was appointed CEO in 2002.
Acknowledgments: We thank Diane Breitenfeld (Dynacare Laboratories, Milwaukee, WI), Bonnie Lisko (Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, WI), Randall Schneider (Waukesha Memorial Hospital, Waukesha, WI), Donald Wiebe (University of Wisconsin Hospitals, Madison, WI), and Steven Zibrat (University of Chicago Hospital, Chicago, IL) for analyzing the samples shown in Table 1.
The parish nurse program at Waukesha Memorial Hospital in Waukesha, Wisconsin recently celebrated its tenth anniversary, and received national recognition by receiving the 2006 American Hospital Association's NOVA Award.
Josephs Hospital, Marshfield; Theda Clark Memorial Hospital, Neenah; Waukesha Memorial Hospital, Inc., Waukesha; and Wausau Hospital, Wausau.
In October 2000 Waukesha Memorial Hospital announced that it would begin to abort babies who have conditions "incompatible with life," according to Marianne Linane, executive director of National Association of Pro-Life Nurses and executive assistant to Wisconsin Right to Life's executive director.
Because of this event, Waukesha Memorial Hospital now provides information about labor assistants to all women who will birth at their hospital and have also put into place a labor assistant referral service available through their twenty-four hour Nurse On Line service.
Waukesha Memorial Hospital in Waukesha, Wis., began reorganization of its utilization management functions three years ago and is continuing to refine its processes for efficiency and effectiveness.