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  2. DHHS - Wikipedia

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    DHHS may refer to: United States Department of Health and Human Services (also known as HHS) Dixie Hollins High School, a high school in Pinellas County, Florida, U.S. Druid Hills High School, a high school in DeKalb County, Georgia, U.S. See also [ edit] Department of Health and Human Services (disambiguation)

  3. Maricopa County Department Of Public Health Services

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    Maricopa County Department Of Public Health Services. 1645 E Roosevelt St Phoenix, AZ 85006. (602) 506-6900. OVERVIEW.

  4. Marion County Public Schools - Wikipedia

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    about 43,000. Staff. about 6,000 [2] Other information. Website. www .marionschools .net. Marion County Public Schools (MCPS) is a public school district that covers Marion County, Florida. The district has its headquarters in Ocala, Florida .

  5. Gulf High School - Wikipedia

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    Institute of Health and Human Services The focus of the IHHS, founded in 1996, is to facilitate students who aspire to pursue careers in health related fields or other human services. This learning community is heavily affiliated with the national student organization HOSA(Health Occupations Students of America).

  6. Hubert H. Humphrey Building - Wikipedia

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    After the department's education component was given to the newly created United States Department of Education in 1979, the newly named United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) continued to occupy the structure. The Hubert H. Humphrey Building is located at 200 Independence Avenue SW in Washington, D.C.

  7. Florida School District Won’t Give Excused Absences Due to ...

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    Jan. 28, 2022 -- Children kept home from Orange County, FL, public schools because their parents are worried about the spread of COVID-19 will no longer be granted excused absences, the...

  8. Louis Wade Sullivan - Wikipedia

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    Sullivan left MSM in 1989 to accept an appointment by President George H.W. Bush to serve as secretary of HHS. In this cabinet position, Sullivan managed the federal agency responsible for the major health, welfare, food and drug safety, medical research and income security programs serving the American people. Initiatives [ edit]

  9. Paul E. Alexander - Wikipedia

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    In late March 2020, Alexander was recruited by Michael Caputo, the newly appointed assistant secretary for public affairs at the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), as his scientific advisor. The two had become friends when Caputo hosted a talk radio show on which Alexander often appeared to talk about scientific subjects.