Medical Staff

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Medical Training Application Service - Problems With MTAS - Implementation Problems
... Many deaneries asked non-medical staff to help them meet their deadlines ... It is unclear whether these non-medical staff were appropriately trained to mark the papers, and whether applicants were disadvantaged or advantaged if their forms were marked by non-medical staff ...
Baylor University Medical Center At Dallas - Leadership
... McWhorter, III, is president of Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas and a senior vice president of Baylor Health Care System ... revenue, and more than 5,500 employees and 1225 medical staff members ... Dallas recruited 28 new physicians to join the medical staff and completed plans for a neuroscience institute ...
Angus Munn - Biography - Hospital Appointments
1997-2003 Active Staff, Sturgeon Community Hospital 1995-2003 Medical Staff, Capital Health Region 1994 Active Staff, Forward Surgical Team, CanBat 2 ...
La Grande Armée - Support Services - Medical Staff
... The medical services had the least glory or prestige, yet they were required to deal with the full horrors of war's aftermath ... division and corps had its own medical staff, consisting of corpsmen to find and transport the wounded, orderlies to provide assistance and nursing functions, apothecaries, surgeons and doctors ... These staffs were often filled by poorly-trained and inept men, unfit for any other work ...

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