domiciliary

domiciliary
do·mi·cil·i·ary .däm-ə-'sil-ē-.er-ē, .dō-mə- adj
1) provided or attended in the home rather than in an institution <\domiciliary midwifery>
2) providing, constituting, or provided by an institution for chronically ill or permanently disabled persons requiring minimal medical attention <\domiciliary care>

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dom·i·cil·i·ary (dom″ĭ-silґe-ar″e) [L. domus house] pertaining to or carried on in the house or place of permanent residence, as domiciliary treatment.

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