A comparative study of 40 nursing homes, their design and use
A. Rorke Vanston, Leslie Morgan Abbe, Maury Hampton, United States. Public Health Service. Division of Hospital and Medical Facilities
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Division of Hospital and Medical Facilities; [for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1965 - Medical - 26 pages
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100 patients 236 square feet 30 percent 300 square feet 40 nursing homes American Nursing Home appeared architectural area per bed autoclave basis bed capacity Bed CHART Bed in Patient bedfast patients bedpans built without Hill-Burton Burton aid construction costs convenience corridors cost per bed cost per square dining factors feet per bed functional governing Hill hazardous Hill-Burton aid homes built homes visited homes with Hill-Burton homes without Hill-Burton Hospital and Medical hospital-operated homes ical interior laundry lavatories less licensed practical nurses limited located median area median home median stay ment mentally confused mobility number of beds number of homes number of patients Nursing Home Association nursing personnel Occupational Therapy Area owners patient rooms physical therapy planning PROP Public Health Service quartile recreation square foot cost staff members staffing tients toilets total unit area unit cost utility rooms wheelchair patients