For example, they can now get coverage to pay for nursing-home costs in the same nursing homes where their spouses live.
He had struck George as so self-possessed, almost mature in fact, on his sick-bed in the nursing-home.
He was suddenly transformed into a patient in a nursing-home.
"I sent her on an ambulance to a nursing-home in London," said Tarling shortly.
I had to break one contract and go into a nursing-home; and I've never really pulled up since.
High and low, and all huddled together like so many babes in a nursing-home.
The superintendent of a nursing-home ought to be present when the doctors went their rounds and when operations were performed.
When at last I called at Howard's nursing-home and asked for him, the maid said she would ask the matron.
He was clear enough on this point now: that the way to success is not through a nursing-home for grievances.
Sir William is at present in nursing-home, so we have place to ourselves.
nursing home n.
A private establishment that provides living quarters and care for the elderly or the chronically ill.