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Facility

A loan extended by a bank to a business in need of operating capital. This may take several forms, from a short-term loan to a line of credit. Different banks have different facility plans for their clients who own or run businesses. See also: Debt financing.
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Homebuilders should recognize that community facilities can enhance or reduce property values, depending on the circumstances of each case.
Therefore, it is the purpose of this paper to examine the organizational change process as it applies to rehabilitation facilities involved in converting their services from a segregated, center-based approach to an integrated, community-based approach.
NYSE: TLP) today announced that it closed the acquisition of the terminaling facilities at Brownsville, Texas ("Brownsville terminaling facility") and 12 terminaling facilities along the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers ("River terminaling facilities") from TransMontaigne Inc.
For almost a decade, there's been a disturbing rise in the number of litigation firms actively seeking and soliciting evidence that can be used to sue nursing facilities.
New commercial facilities must be designed, and altered commercial facilities and places of public accommodation must be retrofitted so as to be readily accessible to, and usable by, persons with disabilities.
The ABA requires that certain buildings and facilities designed, constructed, altered or leased with federal funds be accessible to, and usable by, persons with physical disabilities.
CHW facilities are located throughout California, Arizona and Nevada.
If we look at admissions to our nursing home facilities in this light, the idea of admissions strictly being about completing paperwork and obtaining specific documentation takes on a very different meaning.
While there can be no assurances that the 2006 Credit Facilities will be finalized and closed, if RCPC completes this refinancing, the Company believes that it will result in annual interest savings due to expected lower interest margins, provide the Company with greater financial and other covenant flexibility and extend the maturity dates of RCPC's existing bank credit agreement.
Many facilities that have tried accreditation claim the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) surveyprocess is vastly preferable to the "gotcha" policing of the OBRA survey system.
Fitch also assigns an 'AA' rating to the $450,000,000 Colorado Health Facilities Authority, variable rate revenue bonds, series 2006C and the $100,000,000 Montgomery County, OH variable rate revenue bonds, series 2006C issued on behalf of CHI.
This article has set long-term care facilities back, for administration will question using gowns and the cost of doing so.

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