Geographic Service Area definition

Geographic Service Area or “Service Area” means an area as defined in Section 1345(k) of the Health and Safety Code.
Geographic Service Area means the area within the state of Oregon where a CME is approved to provide developmental disabilities services. The geographic service area for a CDDP is the county.
Geographic Service Area means the geographic area over which a licensee is entitled to transmit signals pursuant to an FCC License or Underlying License. In the case of site-based licenses in the Educational Broadband Service and Broadband Radio Service, this area is bounded by a circle having 35 mile radius and centered at the stationsreference coordinates, which was the previous protected service area to which incumbent licensees were entitled prior to January 10, 2005, and is bounded by the chords drawn between intersection points of the licensee’s previous 35 mile protected service area and those of respective adjacent market co-channel licensees.

Examples of Geographic Service Area in a sentence

  • A branch office does not extend the Geographic Service Area of the Parent Agency.

  • The Contractor will operate as the Regional Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA) to coordinate the delivery of health care services to eligible persons in Geographic Service Area (GSA) 6, which includes Maricopa County.

  • The Parent Office is used to determine the base of the Geographic Service Area.

  • Out-of-Area Services Out-of-Network Benefits are available outside of the Geographic Service Area.

  • The Member should notify his/her Primary Care Provider and The Plan if he/she receives services outside of the Geographic Service Area.


More Definitions of Geographic Service Area

Geographic Service Area means the entire area in which a recipient is authorized to provide public transpor- tation service under appropriate local, state, and Federal law.
Geographic Service Area means the geographic area within the county boundaries in which the CMHP operates.
Geographic Service Area means the geographic area in which a licensed agency provides home care services.
Geographic Service Area means a grouping of specific counties within a planning area for which the home health agency is authorized to provide services to individuals residing in the specific counties pursuant to an existing or future certificate of need. For purposes of establishing a service area for a new home health agency, the geographic service area shall consist of any individual county or combination of contiguous counties which have an unmet need as determined through the numerical need formula or the exception. For purposes of an expansion of an existing agency, the geographic service area shall consist of an individual county or any combination of counties which have an unmet need and which are within any planning area in which the home health agency already provides service; however, in no case may an existing home health agency apply to provide services outside the health planning areas in which its current geographic service area is located.
Geographic Service Area means the area covered by the Cooperative Agreement that includes Carter, Cocke, Green, Hamblen, Hancock, Hawkins, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi, and Washington Counties in Tennessee; Buchanan, Dickenson, Grayson, Lee, Russell, Scott, Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, Wise and Wythe Counties in Virginia; and the independent cities of Bristol City and Norton City in Virginia; as well as any additional counties or municipalities in any state in which the New Health System provides services or operates a facility.
Geographic Service Area means the area, as specified on the license, in which the nurse registry may refer its independent contractors to provide services to patients or clients in their homes or to provide staffing in facilities.