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2014-03-19 23:01:19

Long Island Senior Health Center Receives Five Stars from U.S. News & World Report Port Washington, New York (PRWEB) March 19, 2014 The health center of Nassau County’s first and only true life care senior living community is one of the 2014 Best Nursing Homes in the U.S., according to U.S. News & World Report. The Tuttle Center at The Amsterdam at Harborside in Port Washington received five stars on the annual report. The report rated communities throughout the U.S. on health...

2011-06-21 11:18:00

CHICAGO, June 21, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Georgia A. Tuttle, M.D., a dermatologist from Lebanon, N.H., was elected today as a new member of the Board of Trustees of the American Medical Association (AMA), the nation's largest and most influential physician organization. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20081209/AMALOGO) "As a solo practitioner, I understand the business of medicine and the problems physicians face," said Dr. Tuttle. "I'm thrilled to be able to work on...

2011-03-20 00:00:08

Division I football coaches are beginning to cast their votes on the Class of 2012 and early returns indicate that Westlake standout Cody Tuttle is at the top of many of their ballots. Westlake Village, CA (PRWEB) March 19, 2011 Division I football coaches are beginning to cast their votes on the Class of 2012 and early returns indicate that Westlake standout Cody Tuttle is at the top of many of their ballots. The 6' 3" 215 lbs. receiver with exceptional hands, dominating power and...

2011-02-04 07:00:00

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Feb. 4, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Bringing together select leaders from the U.S. Department of Defense, The Department of Homeland Security, other government agencies and the private sector, the Center of Excellence in Logistics and Technology (LOGTECH) held the First Annual General William G.T. Tuttle, Jr., USA (Ret.) Awards dinner. This special event occurred on February 3 at the Kenan Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Kenan-Flagler...

2008-10-03 00:00:07

By Anne Penketh The American embassy is to be moved out of central London to the South Bank of the Thames, ending a 200-year association with Grosvenor Square. Robert Tuttle, the American ambassador to the UK, announced yesterday that he had signed a conditional agreement with a developer to acquire a five-acre "opportunity area" in Nine Elms. He said the relocation would see "America playing a role in the regeneration of the South Bank". He estimated that the project, which needs to be...

2008-07-18 09:00:20

By JENNIFER SANTOS QUINCY - After an extensive five-month search, Manet Community Health Center in Quincy has named Henry Tuttle as its new chief executive. Former CEO Antonia McGuire left the position in January to become president and CEO at Great Brook Valley Health Center in Worcester. Tuttle will be the fourth CEO to join the Quincy organization in its 28-year-history. Tuttle comes to Manet with a background in academic health care, energy and philanthropic industries. He...

2008-06-18 12:00:59

By ANN FISH MADISON -- Anne Tuttle continues to pursue college degrees "because I can't live long enough to know everything I want to know." Tuttle was named as one of Moses Cone Health System's Employees of the Year for her outstanding nursing skills at the Moses Cone Behavioral Health Center. The system selects an employee of the year from each of its hospitals and divisions. Currently, she's working on a master's degree in nursing education and a nurse practitioner degree. "Medicine...

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