St. David


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Noun1.St. David - patron saint of Wales (circa 520-600)St. David - patron saint of Wales (circa 520-600)
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"The place we are making for is St. David's Hall, near Salthouse."
"Another half-hour," Gerald assured him encouragingly, "and we shall be at St. David's Hall.
" There's St. David's Hall," he said, "on the other side of the hill.
I want to take this gentleman to St. David's Hall and not to a hospital.
As part of the acquisition ADC will retain its name and operations, and it will align its 154 physicians and providers, as well as 700 employees, including technical and support staff, with St. David's HealthCare.
Following closing, ADC's clinic operations will be integrated into the St. David's HealthCare system.
Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute at St. David's Medical Center offers a full range of electrophysiology procedures, including catheter ablation--for which physicians utilize the only FDA-approved catheter for treating AFIB, the NAVISTAR THERMOCOOL Irrigated Ablation Catheter.
Simon Armstrong, project director for St. David's 2, said: "Re-opening Hills Street as quickly as possible has always been a priority for us.
33rd St. David Levy represented the tenant and landlord.
The case will now go back to a Texas district court to determine whether St. David's ceded control to its for-profit partner.