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life care retirement community,
A residential facility, typically for older adults, that provides several levels of supervision and access to registered health care professionals. LCRCs are typically at a location that combines independent apartments with assisted living residences and skilled nursing facilities. Residents relocate from one level of care to another, depending on their immediate needs for assistance. For example, an older woman who undergoes a knee replacement procedure may spend several weeks recuperating and undergoing rehabilitation in the nursing facility before returning to semi-independent apartment living (in which meals are provided in a common cafeteria) or to independent housing (e.g., with a healthy spouse).
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In addition to the LCRC
, RMJM has designed the Champalimaud Cancer Center in Lisbon, Portugal, the Mitchell Cancer Institute at the University of South Alabama, and the Cancer Institute of New Jersey in New Brunswick, N.
Paul Keoppel, MBA, MT(ASCP), serves as LCRC
Member, Keoppel Laboratory Consulting, LLC.
owns and operates eleven senior living communities in the United States and is ranked 7th largest on the AAHSA Ziegler 100 list of not-for-profit multi-site senior living providers.
Through their participation in a Legislative Symposium each year in Washington, DC, LCRC
members focus on issues that affect laboratory managers and meet with members of Congress to discuss issues that are important to our members, including CMS issues.