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A hospital that is allowed to use its beds for either acute care or skilled care is referred to as a _____.


A. Swing bed hospital


B. Tertiary care hospital


C. District hospital


D. Long term care hospital


E. None of the above, it should be

  1. Ms. Sue

    http://www.google.com/#q=+hospital+that+is+allowed+to+use+its+beds+for+either+acute+care+or+skilled+care+

  2. Anonymous

    long term care hospital is more reasonable choice?

  3. Ms. Sue

    If you want the real answer, read some of the websites I took the time to find and post for you. If you just want to guess, don't bother posting here.

  4. Anonymous

    swing bed hospital is more on the same side of what i was thinking

  5. Ash

    None of the above, it should be

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