Property providing licensed long-term (3 weeks on average) healthcare. The general “nursing home” term is usually applicable to skilled and intermediate nursing facilities.
A facility or institution that provides specialized professional services, such as nursing and health care, personal and social care for residents who require some form(s) of continuing, supervised care. The various needs of residents are met by different categories of nursing homes which are licensed by the states. Categories in Ohio include county and rest homes, homes for the aging, mental nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities (SNF), and intermediate care facilities (ICF).
A facility or institution that is licensed, certified, or otherwise qualified as a nursing home or long term care facility by the state in which services are rendered. This term includes skilled, intermediate, and custodial care facilities which operate within the terms of licensure.