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domiciliary

(dŏm″ĭ-sĭl′ē-ār″ē) [L. domus, house]
Pert. to or conducted in a house.

domiciliary

pertaining to a household.

domiciliary calls
professional veterinary calls made to patients at their owners' residences. Called also house calls.
domiciliary practice
the practitioner does not possess a fixed professional premises but makes all of his/her calls at the owners' houses.
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If you decide to establish your own domiciliary practice, you will need to take into consideration:
It is hoped that a combination of better working conditions and recognition of the value of the domiciliary care workforce will attract new entrants to the profession and help retain staff for longer periods, so that quality is improved for those who rely on care and support.
There are excellent domiciliary care workers providing great care across Wales, but expectations are increasing for them to meet more complex needs.
But it does not prohibit a non-domiciliary state regulator from continuing to obtain a copy of financial statements reinsurers' file with their domiciliary state regulators.
Care Quality Commission (CQC) chief executive Cynthia Bower said: "Home care is one of the most difficult areas of care to monitor because it is delivered behind closed doors which is why, starting next month, CQC will be carrying out a themed inspection programme of 250 providers of domiciliary care services.
The company however had placed an advert in Mirfield Health Centre which clearly stated that domiciliary care was on offer.
Pendine Park caters for a whole spectrum of needs, ranging from packages of domiciliary care for people in their own homes through to more intensive nursing needs in a residential setting - and everything else in between.
the provision of home based postnatal care in Australia has generally relied heavily on the informal care provided by family and friends with varying degrees of professional oversight and care from domiciliary midwives (AIHW 2003; Cooke and Barclay 1999).
Care workers in residential and nursing homes, along with domiciliary agencies (home care), deserve the government's forthcoming eight-day increase to their statutory holiday entitlement.
These include geriatric evaluation and nursing-home, domiciliary, noninstitutional respite, and adult day healthcare (home and hospice/palliative care and inpatient respite were already included in VA's standard benefits package in accordance with prior legislation).
Veterans admitted to the domiciliary frequently need walking shoes and other items to participate in the facility's programs," Mr.