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Facility

A physical environment containing open space, such as parks and gardens; infrastructure, such as roads, utilities; and built structures, such as homes, schools, hospitals, and factories.
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facility

All or any portion of a building, area, or structure, including the site on which it is located, wherein specific services are provided or activities are performed.
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* Other intermediate care facility services (ICF): These
The Hospice Center, Kethley House, at Benjamin Rose Place in Cleveland, Ohio, is a designated hospice unit operating within a skilled and intermediate care facility. Opened in 1997, it is the result of an ongoing collaborative effort between Kethley House and Hospice of the Western Reserve (HWR), which provides hospice care in more than 100 facilities in the Greater Cleveland area.
ICF is intermediate care facility. SOURCE: Health Care Financing Administration: Data from the Medicare and Medicated Automated System.
The funding additionally is secured by the 10-bed Community Life Services intermediate care facility at 501-509 Michael Drive in Little Rock.
A program at an intermediate care facility that whisks away residents and staff to far-off places for one memorable night -- adapted from a 1999 OPTIMA Awards entry
The Social Security Act requires State Medicaid programs to offer certain basic services, such as inpatient and outpatient hospital services, physician's services, skilled nursing facility services, and home health, and it enables States to provide optional Medicaid coverage for other services, such as intermediate care facility services and prescription drugs.

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