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|As a service and convenience to our visitors, we have provided the hyper-links listed below. These links are to other health-related and community-interest Web sites and are provided for your convenience and entertainment. Calais Hospital does not endorse these sites and the information contained in them should not be considered a reflection of the views of the Hospital. The Hospital does not guarantee the accuracy of the information presented on other Web sites, nor does the Hospital endorse the information presented in sites linked to this Web site. In addition, Calais Hospital is not responsible for any errors or omissions in the information provided in any Web site linked to this site. We encourage you to confirm all health-related information contained on any Web site with your physician. |
Select a Topic of Interest:
- Global Health.gov – Link to a Federal Government site that addresses global health and serves as a link between domestic and international health issues.
- Health Development Agency – England's Health Development Agency identifies the evidence of what works to improve people's health and reduce health inequalities. It advises and supports policy makers and practitioners, helping them to get evidence into practice.
- Official Web Site Locator for the United Nations System of Organizations – Link to an alphabetic index of Web sites of the United Nations system of organizations.
- Pan American Health Organization – Regional Office for the Americas of the World Health Organization, "improving the health of the peoples of the Americas."
- United Nations Children's Fund – Link to UNICEF, which works in more than 160 countries and territories providing health care, clean water, improved nutrition, and education to millions of children in Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East.
- World Health Organization – Link to the web site of the World Health Organization Library in Geneva, Switzerland. The WHO Library and Information Networks for Knowledge (LNK) provides comprehensive library and information services on WHO-produced recorded information in print and other media. In addition, library services give access to worldwide health, medical, and development information resources to WHO headquarters, regions, and country offices, ministries of health and other government offices, health workers in Member States, other UN and international agencies, and diplomatic missions. The WHO library programs help regions and developing countries achieve self-sufficiency in providing information services to the health sector.
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