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Wohnbereich

English translation: resident area

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German term or phrase:Wohnbereich
English translation:resident area
Entered by: Annette Scheulen
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03:12 Sep 11, 2006
German to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / Geriatric Nursing
German term or phrase: Wohnbereich
Frau XX ist seit dem YY.YY.YY bis heute in unserem DRK-Altenpflegeheim als examinierte Altenpflegerin beschäftigt.
Frau XX ist auf dem **Wohnbereich** 1 eingesetzt, wobei der überwiegende Teil der insgesamt 33 Bewohner ein gerontopsychiatrisch verändertes Krankheitsbild aufweist.

What is the term typically used in nursing homes for this?
Annette Scheulen
Germany
Local time: 04:02
resident area
Explanation:
"Resident area" means any area within a nursing home that is occupied at any time by a resident except for an area, such as a greenhouse, that is specifically designed to be kept at a higher temperature." (Web reference)

This is a general term that shoul apply both to residents' rooms as well as common areas for eating, watching television or recreation.
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KSL Berlin
Portugal
Local time: 03:02
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resident area


Explanation:
"Resident area" means any area within a nursing home that is occupied at any time by a resident except for an area, such as a greenhouse, that is specifically designed to be kept at a higher temperature." (Web reference)

This is a general term that shoul apply both to residents' rooms as well as common areas for eating, watching television or recreation.


    Reference: http://www.goldenbuckeye.com/_pdf/rltcop/nhrules.pdf#search=...
KSL Berlin
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