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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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For deals of the week see our website: www.roadknight.co.uk; Why am I waiting: Sandra, left, fears she may have osteoporois but her appointment card, above, says she will have to wait three years for a scan
They were then randomized to a control arm, in which they simply received an appointment card for their second injection, or to an intervention arm, which entailed sending patients a letter 10-14 days before the scheduled appointment along with three attempts at a telephone reminder.
After searching her wallet for identification, the ER nurse found an appointment card from Carolina Internal Medicine and called us.
Most (90.2%) of the referrals were made by means of a referral note on the chart or an appointment card or examination order sheet given to the patient; 4.5% by means of direct contact with the consultant by the referring physician; and 5.3% by means of verbal instruction to the patient by the referring physician without contacting the consultant.
* If a VAMC denies you admission, prosthetics equipment, prescriptions, etc., or if you are told that your appointment for outpatient treatment at a certain clinic is for next Monday, even though your VA appointment card shows it is for today, do not argue--and do not leave the VAMC.
He explained that "hidden away in the agreed facts", was an appointment card for My Sister's Place found in her handbag.
After the first appointment, an employer is entitled to ask for certain evidence, with employees being prevented from taking paid leave until both a MATB1 form confirming pregnancy and an appointment card have been shown to the employer.
From September, older people who want to travel free before 9am simply have to show the bus driver an appointment card or letter.
Retired university professor, Dr Peter Borcherds had already received an appointment card from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, advising him to visit the dermatology department next month.
I have been a patient at both the Cardiff Royal Infirmary and the University Hospital of Wales over a 12 year period and on a number of occasions I was given a small hospital appointment card with the particulars of a solicitor giving advice and dealing with injury compensation claims.
It seems I should've done something simple when no appointment card had arrived - phone them.
Under the new system, only patients with an official appointment card proving they have been seen by a Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) doctor should be given drugs by the hospital's pharmacy.