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long-stay

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlong-stayˌlong-ˈstay adjective [only before noun] British English 🔊 🔊 1 relating to care or treatment over a long period of timelong-stay hospital/ward/bed etclong-stay patient/resident2 a long-stay car park is a place where people can leave their cars for a long period of time opp short-stay
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long-stayEnsure that all long-stay care is run well and increase single room accommodation.Similarly within a hospital the culture of the accident and emergency department differs from the long-stay geriatric ward.An internal 1976 report on Friern by the regional health authority's own long-stay hospital monitoring team was leaked to the Telegraph.Surveys of long-stay hospitals exposed such anomalies in the 1960s and 1970s, creating much public concern.Only long-stay patients will be able to light up after May 31.The main gap was in provision for elderly people with senile dementia and for the new long-stay population.The charges were not proceeded with when Jacqueline agreed to enter a long-stay residential clinic for the treatment of alcoholism.The long-stay ward is very slowly on its way out.long-stay hospital/ward/bed etcThis is particularly important in areas where the workload is even, such as many long-stay hospitals.This suggests that those entering long-stay hospital care present different sorts of needs from those entering public/private nursing home or residential care.Private nursing homes have higher levels of frailty than residential homes but not usually as high as long-stay hospital care.Surveys of long-stay hospitals exposed such anomalies in the 1960s and 1970s, creating much public concern.Bob recalls his first days as a charge nurse in the 1950s in a long-stay ward for elderly people.The long-stay ward is very slowly on its way out.An internal 1976 report on Friern by the regional health authority's own long-stay hospital monitoring team was leaked to the Telegraph.The remainder would be in psychogeriatric assessment wards and in the long-stay wards of psychiatric hospitals.
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