Introduction to Hospital

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Introduction to Hospital

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HOSPITAL Dr. Prashant L. Pingale Associate Professor, Dept. of Pharmaceutics GES’s Sir Dr. M. S. Gosavi College of Pharm. Edu. & Research, Nashik-422005, INDIA

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Hospital Definition Classification, Organization, Administration and Functions

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Hospital A complex organization utilizing specialized scientific equipment and functioning through the team of trained staff educated to the problems of modern medical science. An institution that provides medical, surgical, or psychiatric care and treatment for the sick or the injured. A building designed to diagnose and treat the sick, injured or dying. Usually has a staff of doctors and nurses to aid in the treatment of patients.

Classification:

Classification Classified on the following basis: Clinical services Size or capacity of beds Cost System of medicine Length of stay Ownership By accreditation Teaching hospital

Classification on the basis of Clinical Services:

Classification on the basis of Clinical Services Medicine: Paediatrics Psychiatrics & nervous diseases T.B. General medicines Surgery: Orthopaedic Gyanocologist ENT Maternity: Short term Long term

Classification on the basis of Size or capacity of beds :

Classification on the basis of Size or capacity of beds

Classification on the basis of Cost:

Classification on the basis of Cost Elite Hospitals: High quality services & technology TV, telephone, refrigerator & all deluxe facilities Room cost 1500 to 2500 per day Also called as five star hospitals Some special provision for poor people Budget Hospitals: Meant for moderate & low budget persons Civil & Charitable hospitals

Classification on the basis of System of medicine :

Classification on the basis of System of medicine Allopathic hospitals Ayurvedic hospitals Homeopathic hospitals Unani hospitals

Classification on the basis of Length of stay:

Classification on the basis of Length of stay Short term (Acute): Less than 30 days Minor surgery Long term (Chronic): More than 30 days Major surgery, Psychiatric condition.

Classification on the basis of Ownership:

Classification on the basis of Ownership Governmental Army hospital Navy hospital City hospital Civil hospital Big hospital AIIMS Non- Governmental Private for profit Non- profit Church hospital Community hospital Missionary hospital Charitable hospital

Classification on the basis of accreditation :

Classification on the basis of accreditation Accredited Hospitals Non - accredited Hospitals This type of hospitals are generally available in US based on specified standards of health care.

Teaching hospital:

Teaching hospital Research centers Medical colleges Useful for medical students. Teaching hospitals are the places where new medical graduates undergo 1 year training and get broad experience in clinical care of patients, teaching & research .

Organization of Hospitals :

Organization of Hospitals Governing body or Board of trustees Committees Executives Finance Development Public Relation Hospital Administration Clinical Services Administrative Services Ambulatory Services Nursing Services Pharmacy Services

Governing Body of Hospital :

Governing Body of Hospital Board of Directors Chairman Medical Staff Legal President Public Relations Quality Control VP Professional Services VP Personnel VP Material Management VP Finance Medical Staff Legal President Quality Control VP Professional Services

Administration & Professional Services in relation to patient :

Administration & Professional Services in relation to patient Patient Hospital Professional Service Nursing Clinical, Scientific, Therapeutic Hospital Administrative Service Personnel, Material, Finance Hospital Administrator Governing Body Medical Staff Patient Hospital Professional Service Nursing Clinical, Scientific, Therapeutic Hospital Administrative Service Personnel, Material, Finance

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Services provided by any Organization of hospital as under: Nursing Services Out- patient Services Radiological Services Central Supply Services Hospital Pharmacy Services Medical Records Stores

Administration of Hospital:

Administration of Hospital Why administration or management is important????? Planning, Organizing, Staffing and Controlling the organization. Administration or Management is one at the same for school, college, trust, club, hospital, industry or anywhere.

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Every administration should emphasize on following: Material management Store management Personnel management Professional management Inventory control management (Finance)

Functions of Hospital :

Functions of Hospital Patient Care Education Research Public Health

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