pay bed


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pay bed

n
(Medicine) an informal name for amenity bed, private pay bed
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This man spent 11 years in prison for a crime he did not commit and is expected to pay bed and board.
Spokesman Peter Fermoy said: "Trusts would be better off using pay bed capacity for state- funded NHS patients.
A guest who stays in PC Rawalpindi has to pay Bed Tax of Rs.
Last year a Royal Commission recommended pensioners should only have to pay bed and board, and that all care in nursing and residential homes should be free.
He wants trust managers to use the Government's massive investment in the health service to help scrap 3,000 pay beds in England.