(NZ) a camp, usually at the seaside, for children requiring health care
- Health card
noun 1. (Canadian) an identity card required to obtain public health insurance services
[helth-kair] /ˈhɛlθˌkɛər/ noun, Also, health care 1. the field concerned with the maintenance or restoration of the of the body or mind. 2. any of the procedures or methods employed in this field. adjective, Also, health-care 3. of, relating to, or involved in healthcare: healthcare workers; a healthcare center. n. also health care, 1940, U.S. […]
- Health-care directive
noun See advance directive
noun 1. a legal document in which a person can appoint someone to make decisions about medical treatment in the event that he or she is no longer mentally competent or able to communicate.