Midwestern Oral Health (MOH) is a multi-disciplinary group of health professionals, including dentists, nurses, nurses’ aides, pharmacists, and dentists and dentistry students.
The group, which is made up of over 100 MOH practitioners across the country, is committed to providing quality, compassionate care to those in need of the care they need.
MOH is one of the largest and most comprehensive organisations in India dedicated to oral health care.
The group has a number of different interventions, including the following:MOH has a long history of providing care to people living with oral health issues.
The organisation’s mandate is to support and care for people living in need, especially in rural areas and rural areas of the country.
In a recent report, MOH was ranked as the country’s most well-connected healthcare organisation by the Indias National Health Survey 2017.
Moh has also been a leading source of health care for the community for years, and the organisation is known for its care and compassion.MOHs mission is to provide a holistic approach to dental care in India, through its dental education programme.
It aims to build a network of health workers and community members to help people in need.
It has also developed a national network of community partners that is aimed at delivering health and dental care to all in need in the country with a holistic, holistic approach.
The organization’s commitment to care for oral health is not limited to dental, either.
Mih has also trained health professionals in different fields, including nursing, physiotherapy, pharmacy, veterinary, and dietetics.
The MOH staff has trained over 500 healthcare professionals across India since its inception in the 1980s.
This includes dentists from a number over 300 different schools, and a number more health professionals than that.
The MOH programme is also focused on improving oral health through oral health training.
Muh staffs primary focus is on the development of oral health education and training.
Through its programs, the MOH strives to ensure that its dental staff is well versed in the benefits of oral healthcare, which includes the provision of dental care and the prevention of dental problems.
The oral health of people living under the poverty line in India has been a major concern for the group.
The National Oral Health Project (NOHP), launched by the Mohs dental education and care programme, aims to make oral health a part of the health education curriculum.
The NOHP aims to improve the quality of oral hygiene and prevent dental problems among people living at poverty line by providing education and a comprehensive dental care program to help those who are at risk of oral diseases.
The Oral Health Improvement Programme (OHPIP) is part of MOHs MOH Education Program.
The OHPIP aims to provide dental training to all MOH personnel, including dental care assistants and health care workers.
The training is aimed to help MOH dental staff achieve the highest standards of oral and dental health.
Oral health is a major issue for people in rural and rural-urban areas.
It affects more than 100 million people in India.
It is also a major health concern for those living under poverty line.
According to the 2015 report by the National Crime Records Bureau, the prevalence of oral cancers among Indian adults is more than 30 times higher than among the general population.
According the National Institute of Health and Child Welfare (NICE), the oral health problem is a primary cause of death in India at around 9 million deaths per year.
The prevalence of the oral diseases such as oral cancer and oral haematoma among Indian children is about 40 times higher, compared to the general age population.
In the past, the group has been trying to tackle the issue of oral cancer through dental training programmes, but the problems remain.
In 2017, the oral cancer awareness campaign was launched by MOH and the program was launched in 15 districts of the state of Maharashtra.
The campaign was conducted in schools, government offices, community centres, and hospitals across the state.
Moh’s Oral Health Training Programme was also launched in 2019 in over 200 districts of Maharashtra and its first phase was completed in 2019.
According and report from the National Health Institute (NHI), in 2016, the total number of oral disease cases in Maharashtra was 1,074.
In the same year, the overall oral disease prevalence was 532,000 and the prevalence among women was 39.5%.
MOH has also worked with the state government to ensure better communication with communities and patients about the oral disease prevention campaign and the oral hygiene awareness programmes.