Ambulatory Care setting2Ambulatory Care Setting.Introduction.Healthcare facilities are important for human life. These facilities provide treatment and therapy services purposely to improve humans’ quality of life (Allen-Duck, Robinson & Stewart,2017). Due to technology and an increase in demand for quality healthcare, the healthcare sector has established new measures to reach all people in the community. Instead of providing treatment in a hospital-based setting, healthcare facilities are now providing services in ambulatory care centers. This paper aims to list types of ambulatory care settings and compare and contrast freestanding versus hospital-based settings. Ambulatory care settings.Ambulatory Care is a developing field of nursing. For instance, most of individuals in theU.S receive healthcare in ambulatory setting. Ambulatory care setting is a medical care offered on an outpatient basis (Yuan, He, Meng & Jia, 2017). One of the ambulatory care setting is internet, computers and smartphones. Through the internet, patients are able to access to their care providers through medical websites. Also, the introduction of medical apps on smartphones have been of great help when it comes to treatment and preventing certain diseases. Second, mobile Careis an important ambulatory care setting that is prevalent in most countries. Mobile Care involves the use of convertible buses and minibusses to provide healthcare to patients (Yu, Hill, Ricks, Bennet & Oriol, 2017). Mobile Care is usually used in remote areas to reach vulnerable people in society.