nursing home

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Synonyms for nursing home

an institution where people are cared for

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Another important, but too-often-overlooked, section of the APIC/SHEA position paper describes the need for a resident health program, a vital part of infection control in a long-term care facility.
28 per share plus the fully-diluted, pro-rata share of the residual proceeds from the assisted care facility transaction of $.
Siena, at this time, is in no position to assess the likelihood that the sale of the assisted care facility will, in fact, be consummated.
The Joint Commission doesn't require a long-term care facility to have a quality assurance committee.
7872-4(c)(4), reflecting legislative intent, provides a special exception: any loan to a continuing care facility is not to be treated as a compensation-related loan.
Custodial care must be provided in a skilled or intermediate care facility and home care is included.
By focusing its activities upstream, a health care facility can reduce the environmental impacts of the products and services it uses before regulatory problems arise or waste disposal costs increase.
In addition to equipment for CT scanning and MRIs, there will be a laboratory, a pharmacy and an urgent care facility, which hospital officials predict will become ``the premier outpatient health care facility in the Santa Clarita Valley.
NYSE: NHP) announced that it has completed the acquisition of a 145-bed long-term care facility in Orange, Calif.
A qualified continuing care facility is one or more facilities designed to provide services under continuing care contracts.
As a general acute care facility, University General Hospital provides a broad range of inpatient and outpatient medical services, with tremendous focus on patient care in areas such as general surgery, orthopedics, cardiology, pain management, male reproductive health, ENT/head and neck, bariatrics, pulmonary medicine, executive wellness, and imaging services," said Laura Comer, vice president of strategic implementation and director of managed care.
headquartered long term care facility operator ElderTrust in an all-cash deal worth $184 million, according to sources from both companies.
Candidates for this year's council race are tackling the city's two most controversial issues as they campaign for an emergency care facility for Westlake Village residents and discuss city plans to build a new sports park for its youths.
With nearly 350 long-term care facilities throughout the five boroughs that cost anywhere from $25,000 to $116,000 annually, choosing a long-term care facility or service that meets a family's individual health and financial needs can be a daunting task.