Ambulatory care refers to health care services that do not include a stay in a hospital, otherwise known as outpatient care. Ambulatory care can be provided in a hospital — emergency room treatment is a common example, as is outpatient surgery that does not require an overnight stay in the hospital. But if the patient ends up being admitted as an inpatient, the care would be inpatient rather than ambulatory.
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