Synonyms for healthcheck or Related words with healthcheck
Examples of "healthcheck"
In 2001, GeoAccess acquired two additional medical credentialing service providers:
NEAS is one of four trusts in the country to receive a "good" rating in the 2006/7 Healthcare Commission
Ciphent Security Objects
enables customers to get a Report Card on the current policy configuration for their security products. This technology enables proactive organizations to measure their product configurations to ensure that threats are not “slipping through the cracks.”
After leaving Watchdog she appeared on shows such as "
", "Face Value" and "Real Rakeovers", as well as reporting for programmes such as "Holiday" and "Summer Holiday". She has also appeared as herself on "Bremner, Bird and Fortune".
While on "Watchdog" Bull hosted "Holiday","Lets Get Healthy", "The Really Useful Show","Daily Live" and "This Morning". He then went on to host "Watchdog
", a weekly, half-hour health programme running from 2001 to 2002 which he wrote and hosted.
Roslin presented "Children in Need" from 1994 until 2004. Other BBC presenting roles included "Watchdog
", "Whatever You Want" and "A Question of TV". She was one of several presenters for the BBC's "2000 Today", a 28-hour-long programme to see in the year 2000. She was the only presenter to stay on air for the duration. In 2002, Roslin briefly returned to breakfast television as a roving reporter for "Breakfast".
David Richard Bull (born 9 May 1969) is an English doctor, author, and host and commentator on a variety of British and US television programmes, such as "Sugar Dome", the BBC's "Watchdog", "Watchdog
","Newsround", Living TV's "Most Haunted Live!," Channel 4's "Richard & Judy", "Tomorrow's World", and Sky's "The Breathing Life Awards". He is a regular panelist on "The Wright Stuff" with Mathew Wright Channel 5. He has also made repeated appearances on "The Rachael Ray Show" in the US.
In addition to appearing on "
", Bull hosted the science and technology-centered "Tomorrow's World", before launching "Most Haunted" on Living TV. Bull appeared on Live TV's highest rated series, "Most Haunted Live!" from October 2002 to October 2005, hosting three-hour installments that featured paranormal investigations broadcast live with interactive sections involving the audience. Bull also participated in a ghost hunt at Choughs Hotel where he claimed to have seen an apparition, though he admitted it could have been an optical illusion.
He was a reporter on "Newsnight" for three years, presented "Watchdog
" on BBC1 and was one of the main studio presenters on the BBC's Breakfast News during the period that the show overtook its commercial rival GMTV for the first time. He was the studio presenter for the BBC on 11 September 2001 as the Twin Towers collapsed, anchoring live on BBC News 24 and BBC One – a broadcast which won the BBC production team a Foreign Press Association award for best breaking news coverage.
He joined the BBC in 1992 as the doctor for the morning show "Good Morning with Anne and Nick" and was there for the show's whole run. He was the health editor for the "Radio Times" from 1993-2003. He presented the BBC1 programme "Watchdog
". He took over from Dr Thomas Stuttaford as "The Times" doctor in January 2009, and is doctor to "The One Show" (BBC One). He presents "Inside Health", a BBC Radio 4 series discussing health issues, which had its first broadcast on 10 January 2012.
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