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facility

 [fah-sil´ĭ-te]
an agency or other site where an activity or process is carried out.
independent living f's congregate housing.
intermediate care facility (ICF) a health related facility designed to provide custodial care for individuals unable to care for themselves because of mental or physical infirmity; not considered by the government to be a medical facility, it can receive no reimbursement under Medicare, generally receiving the bulk of its financing under Medicaid. Federal regulations require that an ICF have a registered nurse as director of nursing and a licensed nurse on duty at least 8 hours a day; other staffing requirements vary from state to state.
skilled nursing facility (SNF) a type of nursing home recognized by the Medicare and Medicaid systems as meeting long term health care needs for individuals who have the potential to function independently after a limited period of care. A multidisciplinary team guides health care and rehabilitative services, including skilled nursing care.

facility

Vox populi A place where an activity occurs. See Approved health care facility, Correctional facility, Health care facility, Intermediate care facility, Plan skilled nursing facility, Residential facility, Screening facility, Skilled nursing facility, Treatment facility, Waste encapsulation storage facility.
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Currently, the Company has approximately $207 million drawn on the bank credit facilities.
Veranda Dickens, Seaway Bank Chairman of the Board also added, Seaway Bank is once again honored to have a lead role in arranging Exelon s minority and community bank credit facilities. The benefits of these credit facilities are far-reaching.
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The rater earlier slashed to D the corporate credit rating of Atrium after the company entered into a forbearance agreement with its principal lenders, resulting from its missed interest payment due 11 May 2009, on its senior secured bank credit facilities.