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Types of Care Required by the Infirm Aged
Problems Underlying Adequate Care
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60 beds addition adequate administrator admission age and nursing amount APPENDIX areas average chronic service chronically ill costs of illness develop dietitian dining room duties economical effective effective size employees equipment estimated expense facilities factors food service full-time Full-Time Equivalent function geriatric nursing head nurse homes and chronic homes with infirmaries income individual infirm aged integrated integrated institution kitchen large institutions large nursing home laundry less meals medical and related medical director medical services ment metropolitan minimum nursing service nursing staff NURSING STANDARDS nursing unit occupational therapy old age home optimum patient day personnel physical Physical Therapist physician planning practical nurse problem proprietary rates recreation registered nurse rehabilitation program rehabilitation services Relief residential residents responsibility serve skills space requirements square feet standards Subtntal supervision therapist therapy tion treatment Vacatinn voluntary Wage week X-ray York City