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THE ORGANISATION OF A HOSPITAL

  1. Hospital
  2. Manager of Hospitality Industry
  3. WORKING IN HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY
ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT

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MEDICAL STAFF


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NURSING STAFF

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PARAMEDICAL STAFF

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SUPPORT SERVICES STAFF

The Head Doctorcoordinates the whole work of a hospital. There are also several Deputy Head Doctors who assist the Head Doctor in his activities. Regularly the Head Doctor meets together with the heads of various departments within the hospital to ensure communication and the best use of available resources.

The Head Nurse carries overall responsibility for nursing services within a hospital.

There is also the administrative and clerical staffthat works in a number of departments: medical records, salaries and wages, accounts.

The medical staffincludes highly qualified physicians in various fields of medicine: therapeutists, cardiologists, urologists, pediatricians, surgeons, oncologists, etc.

The nursing staff is very important because nurses are in close contact with patients during their stay at a hospital.

The paramedical staffincludes people who work in the allied professions, including the following: dietitians, pharmacists, physiotherapists, radiologists, laboratory technicians.

The support service staff.There are many other groups of staff employed within a hospital: laundry staff, cooks, building and maintenance craftsmen (joiners, electricians, etc.).



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