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Community care is the provision of health and social services in community settings usually used in opposition to hospital or institutional care.

Such care may be regarded as primary care and in recent years has been developed as a way of managing the cost of hospital-based services.

In order to maintain care locally community services and particularly community welfare services have had to be developed

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