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allocated bed

An NHS term of art for a bed from the specialty bed complement which is normally available to the specialty for inpatient or day case care.
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If a private designated bed is not available and a private in-patient is accommodated in a public bed, the maintenance charge is not levied, although the private in-patient continues to pay the fees of his/her hospital consultant.
Designated bed arrangement in the new hospital comprise 484 for general medicine, surgery, children's ward and maternity, 67 for ICU, 142 for medical rehabilitation, and 26 for VIP patients and royal suites, it stated.
The three-year contracts contain the provision wherein the Company will be compensated for 95 percent of the designated bed space.
Designated bed arrangement in the new hospital comprise 484 for general medicine, surgery, children%s ward and maternity, 67 for ICU, 142 for medical rehabilitation, and 26 for VIP patients and royal suites.
The company will sell its beds in licensed space, staffed by Select Comfort employees, inside each of the designated Bed Bath & Beyond stores.
Bed and Bread trucks leave from The Salvation Army's Acres of Hope campus in Detroit 365 days a year to visit numerous designated Bed and Bread stops throughout the day.
We excluded newborn nursery and mental health admissions and those designated beds from the analysis.
MHCUs admitted by type of facility (July 2009) Type of psychiatric facility Total number of MHCU in hospital admissions Psychiatric unit only (6) 190 Psychiatric unit and designated beds (4) 273 Designated beds only (11) 187 No designated beds (15) 99 DHs (N=36) 749 Involuntary and Type of psychiatric assisted admissions facility (% of total MHCU Median admissions in hospital admissions) per hospital Psychiatric unit only (6) 169 (88.
The commitment goes well beyond the unit's 20 designated beds.
Health Minister J P Nadda has increased the designated beds for H1N1 (swine flu) influenza patients by three times in central government hospitals, as compared to last year.

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