HCA 210 Week 2-Assignment - Staff and Administration

HCA 210 Week 2-Assignment - Staff and Administration -...

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Medical staff and hospital administration are the two main divisions in a hospital. Each one has a different role in the running of a hospital. There are some departments and staff members that may be more important than others. Doctors and nurses are the most important roles on the medical staff. A doctor is essential for any hospital to run. This is the person all patients come to see. A doctor is responsible for evaluation of the patient’s illness or injury, providing the appropriate diagnosis, and providing the needed treatment for the diagnosis. The doctor is also responsible for the medical staff that works beneath him or her. He or she must make sure the medical staff is doing their job and following the rules. Without a doctor, hospitals may not be run correctly and there would be no reason to seek medical attention there.
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This note was uploaded on 08/01/2011 for the course HCA 210 taught by Professor Timbouseman during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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