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admitting

(1) A popular term for the hospitalisation process which begins in the ER and/or outpatient registration, and consists of taking patient demographics, insurance information and assigning a room.
(2) The admitting department itself.

admitting

Admitting department Medtalk A popular term for the hospitalization process which begins in the ER and/or outpatient registration and consists of taking Pt demographics, insurance information, and assigning a room. Cf Discharge, Office area.
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The First Bank and Trust Company, without admitting to any allegations, consented to the issuance of the order in connection with its alleged violations of the Board's regulations implementing the National Flood Insurance Act.
Rest homes, however, with more readily available beds and somewhat less negative experiences with the mentally ill, have been more willing to continue admitting the psychiatrically-impaired.
Elaine Ann Carmody, 23, of Westonbirt Close, St Mellons, Cardiff, was given a year-long conditional discharge after admitting stealing a handbag.
While the government figures show that drug use among the population as a whole is not on the increase, it is still disturbing that more and more teens are admitting to doing drugs.
Admitting, apprentices, undergrads, grads: 5 women, 5 men.