Post-Acute Care or PAC refers to a form of short-term care provided by many hospitals and long-term care facilities that may include specialised care for certain conditions , like stroke and diabetes, rehabilitation services, and/or post-surgical care and other services associated with the transition between the hospital and home.

The goal of such facilities is to discharge residents to their homes or to a lower level of care.

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