maintenance department in hospital

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Maintenance Department Presented by: Rani goel

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TALK MAP Introduction of Maintenance Department Function Location & layout Organization System Maintenance :- Electrical system Water supply system Medical gas system Air conditioning system Conclusion

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Introduction The Maintenance Department supports this effort by maintaining the Hospital’s physical environment and providing maintenance services towards the goal of achieving excellence in the delivery of quality healthcare and public service. To providing a safe, functional, supportive, and effective environment for patients, staff members, and individuals who come to our hospital facilities. It is responsible for ensuring safe and economical operation and maintenance of hospital facilities & expensive equipment. The department should be capable of providing technical and management support to hospital administration.

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Plant operation. Building operation & maintenance. Mechanical and electrical maintenance. Preventive maintenance. Biomedical equipment & electronics maintenance. Landscaping and ground maintenance. Vehicle operation and maintenance. Elevator , lift and dumbwaiter maintenance. Plumbing , water supply and sanitary system. Carpentry, painting & sign shop. Solid waste disposal and incinerator. Fire prevention, fire detection, fire fighting method & device Electrical system including equipment, machinery, lighting , emergency generators. Equipment and instrumentation evaluation. Equipment control and pre- acceptance evaluation. Function

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It should be located ground floor in a non prime area. It should be away from patient care area. Its should be design to convenient movement of machines & equipment. Its should be planned keeping in mind three important functional areas(Administrative area, shop area, & mechanical equipment area). Its should have sufficient space for keeping maintenance equipment & handling equipment. Location & Layout

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Organization Chief Engineer(In charge of the department) Engineer(clinical, electrical, mechanical , plant operation, civil) Supervisor( skilled artisan, electrical, carpenter, boiler operator, plumber) Technician Helper

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Some system its maintain by this department. Electrical system. Water treatment plant & distribution. Oxygen Plant Air conditioning system. Maintenance of total hospital building . System Maintenance

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Electrical energy is an essential source of power, the pivot around which almost function of the hospital revolves. This system is use for environmental control including heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, Heating & cooling water , lighting, cooking , refrigerating & freezing food. Operating all type of medical facilities. It should be an emergency services to supply power to essential and critical areas of the hospital. Its proper maintenance is necessary for its safety & reliability. Its required emergency generator, Uninterruptible power supply(UPS) Electrical System

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Nature & Magnitude of load. Source of power. Cost of electrical power system. Voltage levels. Circuit arrangement, Most economical size of substance. Short circuit protection. Grounding Over current protection. Lighting protection. Isolation transformers for operation room complex. Design Elements for electrical System

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Its system two important component: Water Supply distribution network. Sewage disposal. To identify source of water supply(like, Bore wells, Tanker supply, Recycled water). To ensure a continuous supply of water , adequate storage capacity of underground sumps & over-head tanks should be provided. To ensure water requirement of hospital, (according to National Building Code):- Hospital( including laundry) per bed: a) No of beds not exceeding 100 = 340 litres per head per day b) No of beds exceeding 100 = 450 litres per head per day c) Nurses/ medical staff quarters = 135 litres per head per day d) Minimum hot water required = 45 litres per head per day Water supply system

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Continuous and reliable supply of water. Quality of water:- its depends two factors Quality of raw water supply . Level of quality required for various purpose. Distribution Network Hot water system( required to patient bathroom, CSSD , Laundry, laboratory). Cost Ease of maintenance & operation Design Elements of Water supply System

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Medical Gas system To provide an efficient, economical & dependable medical life support network. Its supplies such medical gases like oxygen & nitrous oxide, Vacuum(suction), & Compressed air to the operating and special procedure rooms. Its main important components are source of supply, Distribution system, Point-of-use delivery connections , monitoring & control equipment & alarms. All piping should be color coded as per the international code for each gas.

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Alarm system Medical vacuum System Gas Supply pipeline Delivery outlets

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To required for ventilation and filtration to dilute and remove contaminants in the form of airborne microorganisms, viruses, odour , hazardous chemicals and radioactive substances. To required for Operating room, labor-delivery suites, ICUs , nursing, morgue, & autopsy rooms. Proper air conditioning is helpful in the prevention and treatment of diseases Control of air quality and air movement Direction of airflow should be from clean to less clean areas. Airflow rate of 0.28 -0.47 m /sec is desirable across an open door to prevent back flow into cleaner area. Air-Conditioning System

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Conclusion It is simply planning & Scheduling the maintenance of equipment & facilities in order to extend their life, reduce costly breakdowns or failures. Its include preventive maintenance, functional testing, performance verification, calibration & safety testing. Its control resources wastage & provide correct guidance for use of resources. Its improved Quality of services of the hospital, & provide satisfaction to the patient, medical or non medical staff , or community.

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