Edit: found the hospitals definitions as sited....
(7) "Hospital" includes a general hospital and a special hospital.
(5) "General hospital" means an establishment that:
(A) offers services, facilities, and beds for use for more than 24 hours for two or more unrelated individuals requiring diagnosis, treatment, or care for illness, injury, deformity, abnormality, or pregnancy; and
(B) regularly maintains, at a minimum, clinical laboratory services, diagnostic X-ray services, treatment facilities including surgery or obstetrical care or both, and other definitive medical or surgical treatment of similar extent.
(15) "Special hospital" means an establishment that:
(A) offers services, facilities, and beds for use for more than 24 hours for two or more unrelated individuals who are regularly admitted, treated, and discharged and who require services more intensive than room, board, personal services, and general nursing care;
(B) has clinical laboratory facilities, diagnostic X-ray facilities, treatment facilities, or other definitive medical treatment;
(C) has a medical staff in regular attendance; and
(D) maintains records of the clinical work performed for each patient.
So, as I'm faculty at a Health Sciences Center of a puplic university, and I wonder if this would allow me to carry at work if it gets through the House. The HSC I am employed with is actually partnered with an independently run hosptial, so that's not an issue (the hospital is 30.06 posted anyway), but there are clinics where med students see patients located in various parts of the HSC building. However, since the clinics do not have beds in which patients stay more than 24 hours, it is not a "hospital", correct?