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Hospital Planning

Hospital Planning

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2009-2010
COURSECODE :
M G T 4 9 2
COURSETITLE
HOSPITAL ORGANISATION & PLANNINGCOURSE OBJECTIVE:
At the completion of the course, students will be expected to :Study, identify, and develop specific management skills, with a view towards becoming an effectiveplayer, manager, or leader in the public health and health care environment.
PRE-REQUISITES: NIL
 
COURSE CONTENTS:
S.No.Description1.
Promoting And Building A New Hospital-
Planning ,guiding principles in hospital facilities and services; preliminary survey; financial andequipment planning; operational and functional plan; facility master plan; design team; designdevelopment stage; planning the hospital building; building contract and contract documents;purchase of capital equipment; furnishing and equipping the hospital; ready to operate stage;before opening the hospital; commissioning and inauguration2.
Planning And Designing A Hospital :
A well-formulated business plan; facility master planning is quintessential for successful design;the built infrastructure strongly impacts the functioning of the hospital; hospitals: one of the mostcomplex building types; the most successful architectural process.3.
Planning And Designing Administrative Services:
(overview, functions, location, design, facilities and space requirements)Executive suite; professional service unit; financial management unit; hospital informationsystem; nursing service administration; human resource management; public relationsdepartment; marketing.4.
Planning And Designing Medical And Ancillary Services:
(overview, functions, location, design ,organization, facilities and space requirements)Outpatient services; emergency services; clinical laboratories; radiological services(diagnostic radiology ; radiation therapy department) ; nuclear medicine ; surgical department ;labor and delivery suite physical medicine and rehabilitation(physical therapy, occupationaltherapy, recreational therapy, speech and hearing therapy); pulmonary medicine; cardiaccatheterization laboratory.MID TERM EXAMINATION5.
Planning And Designing Nursing Services:
(overview, functions, location, design ,organization, facilities and space requirements)General nursing unit; pediatric nursing unit; obstetrical nursing unit;psychiatric nursing unit ; isolation rooms; intensive care units; newborn nurseries.LT
 
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CREDITS(or Max. Marks)
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2009-2010
6.
Planning and Designing Supportive Services:
 (overview, functions, location, design ,organization, facilities and space requirements)Admitting department; medical records department, central sterilisation and supply department;pharmacy; food service department; laundry and linen service; house keeping; volunteerdepartment;materials management(overview,centralised purchasing,Checklists and rules of materials management,receiving,inventory control, stores control,perpetual inventory system,distribution, products standardization, vendor evaluation, primevendor contract,Location, organization,facilities and space requirements).7.
Planning And Designing Public Areas And Staff Facilities:
 Public areas of hospital-entrance and lobby area; main waiting area; gift shop/book shop andflorist’s shop; coffee shop-cum-snack bar; mediation/quiet room; staff facilities.8
Planning And Designing Hospital Services :
Engineering department- Overview, functions, location, design, organization and problemsituationsBiomedical engineering- overview, functions, location, design, space, facilities, utilities,organization, instrumentation evaluation ,instrument control.Electrical system- Overview, design, planning, design procedures, emergency generators,uninterruptible power supply.Air-conditioning system- Overview, design criteria for certain specialty areas, supply to certaincritical areas and return air/ exhaust air.Water supply and sanitary system- Sources of water supply, water requirement of hospital,design elements, planning, hot water system, steam, drainage system, sewage treatment plant.Centralised Medical Gas System- Overview, central supply room, advantages of centralizedmedical gas system, vacuum(suction), compressed air, pipes, precautions and controls, alarmsystem, safe handling of gases.Environmental control- Infection control, general environmental control, radiological health,accidental injury prevention, occupational health.Solid Waste management- Overview, technical specifications.Transportation- Overview, elevator/lift and dumbwaiter, stairways and ramps.Communication system- Telephone system, integrated service digital network, telemedicine/ teleconsulting and net telephony, nurse call system, dictation and central transcription system,public address system , television and closed circuit television.
TEXTBOOK :
 1. Hospital Facilities Planning and Management by GD Kunder; published by Tata Mc Graw Hill .
OTHER READINGS
-1. Lawerence Wolper ,Health Care Administration: Planning ,Implementingand Managing Organised Delivery Systems; Jones And Bartlett Publishers.
SALIENT PEDAGOGICAL FEATURES.
Case Studies ; Video cases and power point presentations

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