Recent Examples of outpatient from the Web
The rehabilitation hospital included more than 50 outpatient sites in Washington, Northern Virginia and Maryland.
According to the New York Times’ multiple sources, the former titan of Tinseltown has instead been dabbling in a variety of outpatient classes while tending to his increasingly complicated legal defense.
Obama's Justice Department proposed expanding the prohibitions to those who were found guilty but mentally ill by a court, as well as those who were involuntarily committed to outpatient mental institutions.
The premiums most Medicare enrollees pay for outpatient coverage could be gradually increased.
But a lack of funding makes that a steep challenge. Replicating outpatient and day treatment services programs offered by organizations such as Cornerstones of Care could help.
Surgery is typically performed on an outpatient basis and takes less than an hour.
Aurora's plans include a 100,000-square-foot outpatient surgery center and a three-story, 100,000-square-foot medical office building.
The procedures are a mix of in-patient (childbirth, treatment for chest pain) and outpatient (mammogram, MRI, endoscopy).
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OUTPATIENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of outpatient for English Language Learners
: a person who goes to a doctor's office or hospital for treatment but who does not spend the night there
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