service area

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İngilizce - Türkçe
hizmet alanı
yayın alanı
{i} yayını alabilen alan
{i} mola yeri
{i} tesis
(Askeri) geri hizmet bölgesi
{i} dinlenme tesisi
(Askeri) GERİ HİZMET BÖLGESİ: Bir ordu veya hava kuvveti gibi büyük bir askeri teşkilata ait idari hizmet birlik ve tesislerinin bulunduğu bölge. Menzil sahası, bir harekat alanı için geri hizmet bölgesidir
a service area
a yayın alanı
a service area
bir yayın alanı
secondary service area
sekonder yayın alanı
service delivery area
hizmet sunumu alanında
air base service area
(Askeri) ÜS HİZMET MINTIKASI: İçinde başlıca üs tesisleri ve, bu arada, hava üssü karargahı, hava meydanları, ve benzeri üs tesisleri bulunan saha
aircraft warning service filter area
area service unit
army service area
(Askeri) ORDU HİZMETLER BÖLGESİ: Kolordu geri hududu ile muharebe sahası geri hududu arasında kalan arazi parçası. Ordu idari kuruluşları ve hizmet kıtalarının büyük çoğunluğu genellikle bu bölgede bulunur. Ayrıca bakınız: "rear area"
combat service support area
(Askeri) muharebe hizmet destek bölgesi
division service area
optimum service area
(Ticaret) optimum hizmet alanı
primary service area
birincil yayin alani (radyo)
İngilizce - İngilizce
A place built alongside a motorway where one can stop to buy fuel, refreshments, and so on

The sign says that the next service area is 12 miles on.

The territory within certain boundaries that an HMO designates for providing service to members Since easy access into the health delivery system is a primary HMO tenet, it is generally believed that a member should not have to drive longer than 30 minutes in order to gain access to the system Some HMOs establish a mileage radius from their medical delivery sites, some rely on zip codes, and others use county boundaries in defining service areas
The area, allowed by state agencies or by the certification of authority, in which a health plan can provide services
The area from which the ball is served An imaginary extension of the sidelines and the baseline mark the boundaries of this area
geographic area serviced by a network of health care providers
The territory a utility system is required or has the right to supply electric service to ultimate customers
Territory in which a utility system is required, or has the right, to supply electric service to customers
A geographical territory that an HMO or other provider organization designates for offering and providing enrollment or service to members Since reasonable access to the health care services is a primary objective of HMOs and providers, a common standard is that members or patients should not have to travel more than 30 minutes in order to reach a service site
The geographical region in which a water supplier has the ability and the legal right to distribute water for use
The geographic area the HMO or PPO is licensed to operate, where applicable, or when licensing is not required, the geographical area where an adequate network is established to provide the services covered under the benefit plan
The geographic area served by a single carrier
The geographic areas in which IHS has responsibilities-- "on or near" reservations, i e , contract health service delivery areas
The area where a health plan accepts members For plans that require you to use their doctors and hospitals, it is also the area where services are provided The plan may disemroll you if you move out of the plan's service area
place on a highway providing garage services and eating and toilet facilities
Geographic area covered by the managed care plan, where direct services are provided
The geographic area serviced by the health plan as approved by the state regulatory agencies and/or detailed in the certification of authority
A service area is a place beside a motorway where you can buy petrol and other things, or have a meal. = service station. a place on a motorway where you can stop for petrol, food, toilets etc
A geographic area (e g , watershed, county) wherein a bank can reasonably be expected to provide appropriate compensation for impacts to wetlands and/or other aquatic resources [top]
The area, allowed by state agencies or by the certification of authority, in which a health plan can provide services (H)
A territory in which a utility system is required or has the right to supply or make available energy service to ultimate consumers (end-users)
The defined, geographical location where the provider network can offer services based on provider availability
The geographic area served by a wireless system Same as Coverage Area
The geographic area that an insurer, health plan or health care provider services
{i} area on a highway that provides facilities for travelers (such as restaurant, toilets and gas station)
Sometimes called a Service Station Places found on long-distance motorways at frequent intervals providing a place for drivers to stop off the road (since stopping on a motorway is illegal) All must provide free car parking, free toilet facilities, fuel and catering Most are now pretty sophisticated affairs, with shops, restaurants and games arcades
– The geographic area served by an insurer or health care provider
the geographic region in which a utility supplies electricity to the ultimate consumer
Territory in which a utility system is required or has the right to supply electric service to ultimate consumers
The geographical area from which a particular health care program or entity offers to provide health care services and draws the majority of its users Some service areas may be self-defined (ie, an indemnity insurance company has a license for the entire state but chooses to only market its policies in certain areas of the state) while other service areas are defined as a condition of state licensure (ie, an HMO is licensed to do business on a county-by-county basis, with the counties so authorized called the HMO's "service area")
service areas
plural form of service area
service area


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    /ˈsərvəs ˈerēə/ /ˈsɜrvəs ˈɛriːə/


    [ 's&r-v&s ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin servitium condition of a slave, body of slaves, from servus slave.

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