Some articles on health service providers, service, services:
... Association (CPA) American Psychological Association (APA) Canadian Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology (CRHSPP) National Register of Health Service Providers in ...
... The National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology (abbreviated National Register) is the largest credentialing organization for psychologists in the United States ... National Register was created to identify qualified Health Service Providers ... certifies 11,000 licensed psychologists as health service providers and reviews credentials for doctoral students ...
... Q was introduced as a service identifier for the Brighton Beach Express via Broadway (Manhattan) on the rollsigns of the R27 class of subway cars as they were delivered beginning in 1960 and on all ... The former designation for the service was the number 1, itself introduced in 1924, a designation shared by all Brighton Line mainline services ... the R27 class subway cars, the mainline local services on the Brighton Line (and other BMT services) were given double letters in conformance with IND practice ...
... The Q Broadway Express is a service of the New York City Subway ... and the official subway map, as it represents a service provided on the BMT Broadway Line through Manhattan ... The Q service operates at all times ...
... The 4th West Virginia Cavalry was enlisted in Parkersburg and Wheeling in western Virginia between July and August 1863 for one year's service ... January 30, 1864, Engagement at Moorefield The regiment was mustered out on June 23, 1864 ...
Famous quotes containing the words providers, health and/or service:
“Good guilt is a product of love and responsibility. It is a natural, positive instinct that parents and good child care providers have. If bad guilt is a monster, good guilt is a friendly fairy godmother, yakking away in your head to keep you alert to the needs of your baby.”
—Jean Marzollo (20th century)
“Youth no less becomes
The light and careless livery that it wears
Than settled age his sables and his weeds,
Importing health and graveness.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“You had to face your ends when young
Twas wine or women, or some curse
But never made a poorer song
That you might have a heavier purse,
Nor gave loud service to a cause
That you might have a troop of friends.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)