Service Area definition

Service Area means the geographic boundaries of the Franchise Authority, and shall include any additions thereto by annexation or other legal means, subject to the exception in subsection 6.1 hereto.

Examples of Service Area in a sentence

  • Members accessing laboratory services inside the CareFirst Service area (Maryland, D.C., Northern Virginia) must use LabCorp as their Lab Test facility and a non-hospital/freestanding facility for X-rays and specialty Imaging for In-Network benefits.

  • The Service area is advised and supported where appropriate to put in place a formal contract and undertake any other requirements such as data protection or ICT validations.

  • As may be expected, high rates of “other stealing” tend to be found in the most urban areas – which include many of the most deprived areas – with the Metropolitan Police Service area having the highest rate of all, at nearly three times the rate of the lowest area (Cumbria).

  • Section 3 sets out the significant variances reported by Service area.

  • The Council spent £92.7m on its capital programme in 2012/13 which is shown in the table below by Service area.

More Definitions of Service Area

Service Area means the present municipal boundaries of the Franchising Authority, and shall include any additions thereto by annexation or other legal means.
Service Area means a broad geographic area of the Commonwealth in which a health insurance
Service Area means any area designed to be or regularly used by one or more persons to receive or wait to receive a service, enter a public place, or make a transaction, whether or not such service includes the exchange of money, including, for example, ATMs, bank teller windows, telephones, ticket lines, bus stops, waiting rooms, and cab stands.
Service Area means the geographic area or areas where a specific product is issued, accepts members or enrollees, and covers provided services. A service area must be defined by the county or counties included unless, for good cause, the commissioner permits limitation of a service area by zip code. Good cause includes geo- graphic barriers within a service area, or other conditions that make offering coverage throughout an entire county unreasonable.
Service Area means the geographic area within which the PHP or CCO agreed under contract with the Authority to provide health services.
Service Area means those counties in the State of Florida where AvMed has been approved to conduct business by the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA), and where In-Network coverage under AvMed’s Engage Plans for Individuals and Families is available.