Health Service Sample Clauses

Health Service. Underdeveloped Areas or Disadvantaged People: An unpaid leave of absence for up to twelve (12) months may be granted to participate in health services for the benefit of underdeveloped areas or disadvantaged people. Only one leave of up to twelve (12) months is permitted every three (3) years.
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Health Service. An emergency health service shall be provided at each of the City Colleges of Chicago.
Health Service. XXXX Journey Academy will comply with all health services requirements applicable to public schools in Ohio. XXXX Journey Academy will continue to contract with and provide any professional needed to meet the needs of students with IEPs. The school will also hire a school counselor for students identified as having emotional or psychological disorders. XXXX Journey Academy will take a strict stance in ensuring all students have adequate resources to health services and screenings. The following is a summary of health services that will be provided to students throughout the school year, as required by Ohio Department of Education standards and the authorizer annual compliance review:
Health Service obligations The Health Service will:
Health Service. 16.01 The owner operator will be responsible for the payment of any and all premiums which may be required to be paid in respect of the owner operator and its agents, employees and owner operator under all applicable health insurance legislation.
Health Service. 13 20. Training and Safe Use of Equipment . . . . .14
Health Service. Xxxxxx Community College does not employ full-time health personnel. However, first-aid treatment is available from a dormitory supervisor, campus police, or the student services office. In case of sickness or injury of a more severe nature, contact the campus police officer on duty or the chief student services officer on campus. In an emergency situation, students may be taken to a doctor or hospital via ambulance. Students are encouraged to avail themselves of local health services whenever necessary. These include doctors' offices close to each campus and local hospitals. Expenses for all medical treatment and transport are the responsibility of each individual student. STUDENT CENTER, BOOKSTORE, AND CAFETERIA Student Center - Xxxxxxx Campus Sunday 5:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. Friday 7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. The Xxxxxxx Student Center serves HCC students who are currently enrolled. There is a large area where indoor recreation of various kinds may be enjoyed. This building contains the bookstore and canteen where books, supplies, food, drinks, and various other items may be purchased. Student mailboxes are also located in the Xxxxxxx Student Center. Student mail should be addressed to the student, Xxxxxx Community College, P.O. Box (499-0000), Goodman, MS 39079. Students must register for a post office box with the HCC Bookstore Manager. Once each day mail is delivered to the student center post office and outgoing mail is taken to the Xxxxxxx Post Office at 3:00 p.m. All registered letters and insured packages are to be picked up by the individual concerned. Students may purchase stamps and envelopes in the bookstore. The Campus Police Department is also located in the student center. Campus Bookstore (Xxxxxxx, Ridgeland, and Grenada) Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00p.m. Friday Bookstore hours are extended to 7:45 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. the first week of each semester. Textbooks can now be ordered through the internet @ Online textbooks should be ordered via e-mail @ as an attachment. Your profile must be verified. Text books are normally ready for purchase by pre-registration. See the HCC Bookstore Manager for specific details about the purchase and buy-back of books. Dorm supplies and a variety of additional supplies are available. Graduation announcements and class rings may be ordered at the beginning of the fall semester. To receive a full refund for te...
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Health Service. The Department agrees to continue to provide the various health services which are currently provided to employees of the bargaining unit.
Health Service. The EMPLOYER agrees to continue to provide, in accordance with applicable laws, regulations and local directives, occupational health services and emergency care for on-the-job injuries and/or illnesses.
Health Service. Our data was cited in a BMJ article (“Restricting access to the NHS for undocumented migrants is bad policy at high cost”). A full article “Obstacles to access to care for migrants, children and pregnant women in Europe” was published in the WHO PHAME newsletter. The results of the Network’s data collection and legal analysis will be presented at the 2015 French Public Health Society (SFSP) and European Public Health Association (EUPHA) annual conferences. In 2016, the Network will continue to invite academics to use more systematically the concept of vulnerability in their work, as well as the results of our data collection in their research and analysis. We will also seek to update our network about interesting new research results that could contribute to improved quality of care (e.g. through the bi- monthly newsflash).
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