extended care

Related to extended care: extended care facility

extend′ed care′


n.
generalized health or nursing care for convalescents or the disabled, when hospitalization is not required.
[1970–75]
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DUPAGE COUNTY -- Extended Care LLC, one of the largest continuum of post-acute care facilities in the area, has acquired the former 115-bed facility of HCR Manor Care in Naperville and the former 131-bed facility of HCR Manor Care in Wewstmont.
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The text is written for nurses in all settings, from ambulatory care to hospitals, extended care facilities to student nurses.
They are Monte Chambers RN representing Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired; Ramona Gaston-McNutt RN BSN representing Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services' Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care Centers; and Gary Eubanks RN MSN representing University of Texas Medical Branch Correctional Managed Care.
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San Francisco, CA, August 11, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Starting in the fall of 2013, Peekadoodle, a preschool for children 20 months to 5 years, will launch a new extended care option.
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It is organised in three business areas: Infection Control (Getinge), Extended Care (ArjoHuntleigh) and Medical Systems (Maquet).

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