Hospital Essay Topics

A Blessing in Disguise

One Sunday morning, during a late October, despite the beautiful day, and tasks needing to be done, I decided to attend a lecture on the Dead Sea Scrolls. Though the lecture was to last for at least four hours and I was late- Thanks to over sleeping, an invisible energy was propelling me, shouting I… View Article

Profile of the New York-Presbyterian Hospital

Hospital Name: New York-Presbyterian Hospital Address: 525 E 68th St Fl 11, New York, NY 10021-4870, United States Contact Number: (212) 434-5500 Website: Vission: “To sustain its leadership position in the provision of world class patient care,  t            eaching, research, and service to local, state, national, and international   communities.” (2006, p.2) Mission: “As a… View Article

Jamaica Hospital in New York

Jamaica Hospital is one of the Medical Centers that usually takes charge of every patient who is in need of health care in New York. The hospital basically recognizes the rights that usually accrue to the improvement of the patients’ health and also ensuring the satisfaction of the patient’s families needs. This hospital gives the… View Article

Critique of the medical research

Introduction (2) What is the purpose of the study?             The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the various factors for the prolonged pre-hospital delay in African-American with Acute myocardial infarction.  Another purpose of the study is to demonstrate the manner in which perceived racism (experience of racial discrimination) affects the pre-hospital delay. Is… View Article

Of Personal Development, Critical Thinking and Enhanced Quality of Care

In this reflection paper, I would like to relate some unforeseen events during the course as well as my experience of being assessed. The medical practitioner assigned to me was a consultant of medicine for geriatric patients. The fact that he is not a physiotherapist may be considered an unforeseen occurrence. I did not really… View Article

Travel and Tourism: Largest Segment of the Hospitality Industry

Introduction According to Dittmer and Griffin, there was a time when the manufacturing sector – at least during inclusive years spanning the nineteenth century until the first half of the twentieth century – accounted for the “largest part of the economic growth in the United States” (1997, p.4). Because economic superpowers at that time were… View Article

Two Separate Levels of Governance at a Teaching Hospital

Dr. Darrick Kent (2007) is an assistant professor of family medicine, director of curriculum and head of medical information systems at a teaching hospital with a popular residency training program.  The hospital has two hundred and seventy beds with faculty and residents making approximately five hundred and sixty bedside patient visits every week.  According to… View Article

Mcmaster Children’s Hospital

“Mcmaster Children’s Hospital is a caring for our future, one child at a time. ” It was distinguished as one of the hospitals who provided the best care for patients and is also awarded with Profiling Excellence in Family-Centered Care in 2008. Aside from receiving various awards and recognition for the quality of their services… View Article

Externship at Riddle Hospital

During my externship at Riddle Hospital I’ve endured a great experience of what an Medical Assistant duties consist of on a daily basis. These duties are mainly multi-tasked oriented, which requires you to sometimes be able and flexible to perform your duties in a quick pace. You basically have to be on point at all… View Article

Pressure Ulcers in the Hospital

Introduction             Pressure ulcers remain a common health problem throughout the health care system. It has been conservatively estimated that annually 1 million adults develop pressure ulcers due to faulty nursing or care management. The incidence rates vary greatly depending on the health care sector. However, pressure ulcer incidence rates for hospitals range from 0.4%… View Article

Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems

Abstract Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems or also called as HCAHPS is a too and gadget for measuring and evaluating the amount of contentment and satisfaction a hospital has given to a patient. The results of these HCAHPS surveys help all hospitals across the country and the world by providing data about… View Article

Problem Formulation and Identification Paper for Nonprofit Hospital

          My nonprofit hospital known, as Alabama Health Care System is a charitable institution that runs for almost a decade now.  It has employed many doctors and nurses that serve varieties of patients with cases ranging from ordinary to acute illnesses. The hospital aims to provide community with services related to health through which, in order… View Article

The Business Research Process

Introduction In this paper I will discuss the business research process based on Hospital in West Roxbury, MA. Although I still consider myself new to the medical field, I find it rewarding to give medical treatment to veterans such as myself. I briefly will summarize the specific business research and why they aim to “take… View Article

Discharge Planning

Discharge planning is a process that aims to improve the coordination of services after discharge from hospital by considering the patient’s needs in the community. It seeks to bridge the gap between hospital and the place to which the patient is discharged, reduce length of stay in hospital, and minimise unplanned readmission to hospital.1 Discharge… View Article

John Q Movie

This movie is about John Quincy Archibald (played by Denzel Washington) and his working class family who lived in Chicago. His son is diagnosed with cardiomegaly and he needs a heart transplant. He realized that his insurance does not cover the medical expenses and he decides to takes matter in his own hands. John and… View Article

St Jude’s Research Hospital

“Shortly after Hayden’s fifth birthday, he began having headaches and nausea. At first, the doctor thought he had migraines and asked his mother to keep a record of when his head hurt. After only a short period of time, Hayden’s headaches grew more frequent. Then, he began having trouble with the vision in his right… View Article

Corporate Governance and Ethical Responsibility

1. Determine at least three different internal and external stakeholders that Dr. DoRight might have to deal with on a daily basis at the hospital. Stakeholders are individuals who are involved in, have a vested interest in, or a “stake” in the success of an organization (Merriam-Webster, 2011), such as a hospital. Dr. DoRight is… View Article

Peachtree Healthcare

Peachtree Healthcare has been faced with a dilemma. There has been a major IT infrastructure problem within the company for some time now. Since technology has taken over in the healthcare field, it is imperative that Peachtree Healthcare get the technology needed so that they can be trusted and well known within the healthcare industry…. View Article

In the Fault of Our Stars

“Whenever you read a cancer booklet or website or whatever, they always list depression among the side effects of cancer. But, in fact, depression is not a side effect of cancer. Depression is a side effect of dying” (Green 3). John Green implements many aspect of his experience at the Children’s hospital and his encounter… View Article

Physician Reimbursement Case

Discuss the general differences between facility and non-facility rates. Discuss the MS-DRG system for hospital inpatient services. Include in your discussion the history of the MS-DRG system and the need for the updated system. There are two types of bills used in healthcare. Which type of bill is used for physician services? Which type of… View Article

Emergency Department

I am a senior staff nurse working in the Emergency Department in an Acute General Hospital in Singapore. I have been assigned by my senior nurse manage to mentor Susan, a third year student nurse. As Susan was observed to be underachieving, I aim to use the Gibbs reflective cycle (1988) to guide me to… View Article

Too Far Ahead of the It Curve?

The project has gone far over budget and over schedule. And yet in its final stage, we still face additional cost in new software licensing. In the mean time, we also need the resources in place to launch the new product after years of research and development. We do not have enough cash for both,… View Article

Long Term Care-Hospice

Hospice is a process to end-of-life care and a kind of support facility for terminally ill patients. It provides comforting care, patient-centered care and related services. Comforting care relieves discomfort without improving the patient’s condition or curing his illness. Hospice is extended in a healthcare facility or at home. Its objective is to provide compassionate,… View Article

Mission Statement

The purpose of a mission statement is to represent the overall goal of the organization, to guide the pathways to which they will practice, and provide an overall framework for continued practice. While most mission statements will differ, the overall goal is for continued success and best outcomes for that organization. Nursing Philosophies of an… View Article

Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm

A healing hospital is with a concept of giving compassionate, loving, and efficient care to patient as well as to the family members and to community. It should be built in tradition of love as the center for healing. Within the framework, a faith in God that balanced between the technological and scientific achievements and… View Article

The Flower of Services for Gleneagles Hospital

Gleneagles hospital Kuala Lumpur provides clear information about direction to service site on the websites. The address of Gleneagles hospital Kuala Lumpur is No 282 & 286 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur. Gleneagles hospital describes the location of the hospital where is located on Embassy Row on the main Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur. The hospital… View Article

Customer Satisfaction and Quality Care

In this competitive health care environment, consumers want and expect better health care services and hospital systems are concerned about maintaining their overall image. There is also attention to ways in which patient satisfaction measurement can be integrated into an overall measure of clinical quality. To begin, review the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Health Plans… View Article

Experience at clinical hospital Neurological ward

I was a specialist at a children’s clinical hospital ward. Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Llantrisant. This hospital offers services to children such as inpatient neurology, neurosurgeon, radiology, neuropathology and paediatrics neurology with the children department. This work as it sounds is highly specialized and can only be achieved in a center with high and excellent… View Article

Values Clarification

To Admit or Not to Admit As a hospice admissions nurse, I have been involved in several situations where my values were put to the test. The values I have accumulated through the years have provided the foundation for how I practice as a nurse and have shaped the way I live my life. Situation… View Article

HIV/AIDS patients in Zambia; Are they cared for?

Executive summary Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) pandemic has created terrible burden for millions of individuals, families and communities worldwide. All sorts of exertions have been tried to curtail this tormentor and yet no known cure or vaccines have been discovered to prevent it. Religious prayers and even rituals have also seemed futile…. View Article