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a building or shelter where one lives

to have as one's domicile, usually for an extended period

Synonyms for domicile

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A spokesman for the business said: "Williams Medical has grown quickly to become the partner of choice for over 8,500 GP practices, the NHS, as well as many of the UK's leading corporate healthcare organisations in primary, community and domiciliary care.
The law gives oversight of a surplus lines insurer to the domiciliary state.
The Health and Social Care Act 2012 is bringing about wide-ranging changes for providers in the domiciliary sector.
City & County Healthcare Group has become the fourth largest domiciliary care provider in the UK and now provides nearly four times as many hours of care per week as at Sovereign's investment in 2009.
The Gateshead Council senior domiciliary care worker has been voted North East Carer of the Year.
As well as heading up the domiciliary care company, Pendine Park Independent Living, she will be establishing a new arm of the organisation, Pendine Park Extra Care Plus.
For example, if the spouse established a Texas domiciliary status and then moved to Virginia under orders with the [service member], and while in Virginia the spouse registered to vote and bought property in Virginia and got a real estate license from Virginia, then it looks like the spouse has established Virginia as the new domicile," Shumake said.
Talking about recent contract successes for the Domiciliary Care division, Castlerock's Chief Executive Officer Ian Munro said: "The success on these contracts is fantastic news for the group and provides enormous potential for us to further grow and develop our Domiciliary Care division from its infancy to a very strong division within the group.
Despite the advert offering domiciliary care Karen Firth told the Examiner this was a mistake on behalf of the company responsible for the booklet, which she asked them to alter.
Care Quality Commission (CQC) chief executive Cynthia Bower said: "Home care is one of the most difficult areas of care to monitor because it is delivered behind closed doors which is why, starting next month, CQC will be carrying out a themed inspection programme of 250 providers of domiciliary care services.
The Domiciliary Care Allowance is a payment of EUR309 per month awarded to children with a disability.
Neither Coventry nor Warwickshire funded hospital or domiciliary care and could not supply a copy of the care pathway patients followed.
Despite these considerations, domiciliary midwives were supportive of the Mothercarer program and wished to see it continued because of its benefits to postnatal women and their children.
The company, which provides domiciliary care services to local authorities in the Midlands and the North-West, also said it does not know the reason for the sharp movement in its share price.
Seven of these case-patients were linked to each other either by school or domiciliary contact.