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Chi

A unit of length in China approximately equivalent to 33.33 centimeters. It is sometimes called a Chinese foot.
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The Commission for Health Improvement has chosen to review doctors' surgeries and other primary care services provided by South Tyneside Primary Care Trust.
The North West Wales NHS Trust has effective leadership, and staff are committed to improving the quality of patient care, says the report by the Commission for Health Improvement (CHI).
More than 120,000 parents and youngsters in the country are being given the chance to give their views on the health services that they have received in a survey being undertaken by the Commission for Health Improvement.
The results will contribute to the national performance indicators and Coventry Teaching Primary Care Trust's star rating, which will be published later in the year by the Commission for Health Improvement.
Facilities at Whitchurch Hospital in Cardiff where Mr Roxberry will be treated were recently judged by the Commission for Health Improvement to be no longer suitable for inpatient care, with staff under pressure.'
The news was revealed today by chief executive Tony Bell 24 hours after a Commission for Health Improvement (CHI) review praised the work of the staff.
The Commission for Health Improvement said the errors could have been avoided since safety guidelines were in place but were ignored.
And with current chief executive Sue James he was aiming to elevate it to foundation status by winning back one of the stars it dropped in last year's Commission for Health Improvement rankings.
The Commission for Health Improvement's investigation into mental health services - the first of its kind in Wales - also found the trust has not yet learned the lessons of two disturbing incidents.
The Commission for Health Improvement (CHI) has chosen to review doctors' surgeries and other primary care services provided by South Tyneside Primary Care Trust.
Speakers include Fran McCabe from the Department of Health as well as Deborah Klee, from the Commission for Health Improvement.
Questionnaires asking views on a range of issues from pain control and quality of care to hospital food and clean lines will be sent to a random sample of recent patients It is part of a national survey being carried out by the Commission for Health Improvement. Results will contribute to national performance indicators and star ratings for every NHS Trust in the country.

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