Hospital that treats patients in the acute phase of an illness or injury.
Addiction/substance abuse treatment
Hospital that exists solely to provide assessment and treatment of individuals with addictions.
Non-federal, short-term (acute care) hospital where diagnostic and therapeutic services are available to the public.
Hospital that is located outside the U.S. Census-designated Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Hospital that is located within the U.S. Census-designated Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Long-Term Care Hospital
Hospital that provides medical and skilled nursing services to patients with long-term illnesses who are not in an acute phase but require a level of service not available in a nursing home.
Hospital that provides diagnostic and treatment services to patients with mental and/or emotional disorders.
Hospital that provides medical, health-related, social, and/or vocational services to disabled individuals to help them attain their maximum functional capacity.
Hospital that has an accredited medical residency-training program and usually has affiliation with a medical school.