vocare

See: call, title
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URGENT care provider Vocare is moving into a new base following a string of new contact wins.
My last congregation was a test site for FTE's VoCARE program and we benefited greatly from the discipline of engaging members of all ages in the practice of discernment and testimony (fteleaders.
West Midlands Doctors Urgent Care, run by Newcastle based Vocare Group took over the service on September the 8 after a failed bid by West Midlands Ambulance Service.
WMAS bid for the service but the contract was awarded to the private contractor West Midlands Doctors Urgent Care, part of the Vocare Group.
Private health care company Vocare, based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, has stepped in to cover the urgent care phone line as West Midlands Ambulance Service's contract is terminated.
Volvo Car Corporation, a Sweden-based automaker, has provided Staffordshire Doctors Urgent Care (SDUC), a part of Vocare Group, with eight new Volvo V60s.
IN OCTOBER 2010, NDUC, part of Newcastle-based Vocare Group, won the contract to provide out-of-hours care on Teesside, under the banner Teesside Urgent Care Community Interest Company.
NORTHERN Doctors Urgent Care (NDUC) part of the Vocare Group is the out-of-hours service which covers Newcastle, North Tyneside, Northumberland, South Tyneside and Teesside.
Tyneside's 111 service will be run by North East Ambulance Service and Vocare Group, which provides out-of-hours medical cover for patients.
For example, in the senior care community, VoCare is connecting physicians with their patients and adult children with innovative solutions designed to bring peace of mind to the care community while allowing the elderly to maintain their mobility and autonomy.
Vocation derives from the Latin vocare, which means "to call.
This research was funded, in part, by a grant from Vocare, Northwestern College's vocation project funded by a grant from the Lilly Endowment.