Appointment


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Appointment

A designation in which a person or company allows an agent to act on their behalf. See also: Agency.
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Daniel Sula, by appointment only throughout February, (847) 742-8211;
Consequently, any appointments (including Cabinet Secretary appointments) are treated the same.
We are urging everyone to let us know if they cannot make it as someone else might need that appointment.
ALMOST 400 people a day are wasting NHS time by missing their hospital appointments in Newcastle, figures have revealed.
It is thought about 300 people fail to turn up for their GP appointment every day in Kirklees - a stunning total of about 72,000 per year.
Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Paul Goldsmith has today announced 13 appointments and reappointments to the governing councils of nine tertiary education institutions (TEIs).
Figures from Coventry and Rugby Clinical Commisioning Group, which plans and buys the majority of health services in the areas, said the average cost of a missed first appointment is about PS200, while a missed follow-up appointment costs about PS120.
Habib Macaayong said his appointment by President Aquino as head of MSU, one of Mindanao's most recognized learning institutions, is valid and had been completed on March 8, a day before the ban on appointments.
Users will be able to access one week of upcoming appointments, however, they can book only one appointment per specialty.
Another appointment can then be scheduled for a more appropriate date and time.
About three years ago appointments started to be cancelled and in November 2012 a new appointment system was introduced where appointments were issued shortly before the due date.
Healthcare Clinic's appointment setting is available for free across all iTriage platforms, including iPhone, iPad and Android, and online at www.