Inpatient facilities, also known as convalescent hospitals and nursing homes, that provide skilled nursing and personal care over an extended period of time for people who are no longer in an acute phase of their illness.
Key words: Adult Family Care Homes; Alzheimers Homes; Chronic Care Homes; Convalescent Facilities; Convalescent Hospitals; Extended Care Facilities; Geriatric Centers; Homes for Aging; Intermediate Care Facilities; Long Term Care Facilities; Long Term Custodial Care; Long-Term Care Facilities; Long-Term Custodial Care; Nursing Care; Nursing Home Facilities; Nursing Homes; Rest Homes; Skilled Nursing Facilities
Scope notes: Use for homes for the aged which are restricted to long-term geriatric facilities providing supervised medical and nursing services. These facilities should be differentiated from Senior Continuing Care Communities (P75), which are for the elderly or aged who need assistance with everyday activities and can include facilities that offer housing, services and nursing care all at one location.
See also: Senior Continuing Care Communities (P75)