Recent Examples of inpatient from the Web
Maniac, based off the Norwegian series of the same name, follows Hill’s character, an inpatient at a mental institution, who lives out adventures in his dreams.
Last year, Walden and Eastern Connecticut Health Network opened a 30-bed inpatient treatment center for people with eating disorders at Rockville General Hospital.
Its parent company also operates adult inpatient and outpatient treatment centers in Palm Beach County, according to its website.
Kornrumpf said inpatient and outpatient services will be offered for mental health and substance abuse issues.
A baseline bid of $10 million for NPHS’s operations, which employ 575 and treat more than 1,000 patients daily, including 200 as inpatients, was made by Meridian Behavioral Health Systems LLC.
The Medicaid program has traditionally refused to pay for inpatient stays in large freestanding psychiatric hospitals, making exceptions for patients under age 21 and facilities with 16 beds or fewer.
But in a letter to the Medicaid program last year, the National Association of Medicaid Directors noted that some patients with mental illness or substance abuse disorders might need closer to a month of inpatient care.
The Neighborhood Hospital will include eight exam treatment rooms, an imaging department containing X-ray and CT services, and eight inpatient beds.
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First Known Use of inpatient
INPATIENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inpatient for English Language Learners
medical : a patient who stays for one or more nights in a hospital for treatment
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