Geriatric and extended care is provided in the 120-bed skilled nursing home care unit.
What does NHCU stand for?
NHCU stands for Nursing Home Care Unit
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To perform these evaluations, architects from Francis Cauffman's Syracuse office traveled to the Veteran's Administration Caribbean Healthcare System Medical Center in San Juan, Puerto Rico; the Veteran's Administration Medical Center and Nursing Home Care Unit in Marion, Ill.
Bowers, Staff Nurse, Nursing Home Care Unit, Department of Veterans Affairs Eastern Colorado Health Care System, Denver; Elaine Corder, Director of Access, Hospital Integration, Palliative Care and Professional Relations, Hospice and Palliative Care of Western Colorado, Grand Junction; Sheryl L.
Lee's living in the nursing home care unit at the West Los Angeles Veteran's Administration Medical Center, and today's his day.
From 54 hospitals in 1930, the VA health-care system has grown to include 173 medical centers, with at least one in each of the 48 contiguous states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia; more than 391 outpatient, community and outreach clinics; 131 nursing home care units and 39 domiciliaries.
VA operates its own nursing home care units in 132 locations, and VA also pays for nursing home care under contract in non-VA nursing homes--referred to as community nursing homes.
Additionally, VA also operates more than 135 nursing home care units, contracts with 3,500 community nursing homes and supports 100 state veterans homes.
If acquired, VA would open a 120-bed nursing home care unit, adult day health care, and rehabilitative medicine service.