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In the past, each department of a long-term care facility saw itself as a separate entity, acting apart from the others in performing and improving its particular functions.
A health care facility can negotiate with GPOs and suppliers to identify products the facility deems problematic and to find alternative products.
University General Hospital-Houston Fannin location, is a 72-bed licensed general acute care facility built on the principles of five-star treatment and medical excellence.
As noted earlier, the variety of microenvironments within a long-term care facility make it a tough place to treat with just one set of procedures.
That's why a long-term care facility walks a fine line when it comes to respecting employee privacy: If it delves too far into ah employee's private affairs, it may face an invasion-of-privacy claim.
For example, moving to a long term care facility can be a difficult time for many residents.
holds the license to operate a 126-bed acute care facility at 4415 S.
As part of the transaction, Pacer Health also terminates its management agreement with Southpark Community Hospital, a 54,000-square foot, acute care facility located in South Lafayette, Louisiana, for a separate consideration of $1 million.
Meridian Village II, a 133-bed assisted liiving, independent living and sheltered care facility in Glen Carbon, III, funded with $15.
Routine care in a long-term care facility frequently involves soiling; the mode of transmission of MRSA is contact.
Joseph Medical Center, a 152 staffed bed acute care hospital in Brainerd; and Benedictine Health Center, a long-term care facility.
Acquiring a long-term care facility is like navigating a minefield: There are known risks, unknown liabilities, and always the uneasy feeling that unforeseen dangers are lurking.