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hello friends i am an HR Executive in a hospital i would like to know whether theres any scope for hr in a hospital or not because here i am not findind any scope rgds namrata shah

Sanoj143k -  Member Since: Sep 2008
Hi Namrata

There is many important role of HR in hospital as important as in corporate n MNC company. The same principle, mechanism are using in hospital. Healthcare industry is growing rapidly, HR is the demand of hospital.

Regards
Sanoj

mamta230 -  Member Since: May 2008
Ms. Namrata,
Can you help me in designing the organisation structure since you are working with a Hospital as per the information below, 2 What should be experience level of each position for efficient functioning of the Hospital ?

Request from Senior HR professionals in Reputed Hospitals,
I am looking for ideal orgainisation structure for 350 beded new General cum Cancer Hospital in India. which should show clear reporting relationship. The whole system will report to 2 Executive Directors.
The major Departments are
Clinical Department
Medicine/Paediatrics (2 Units) - 2 Consultant, 2 Jr. Consultants, 2 Sr. Consit and 5 jr Residents
General Surgery (2 Units) as above incld. Surgeons
Neuro Surgery-Sr. Consultant+ Sr & Jr. Residents
Orthopaedics -Sr. Consultant+ Sr & Jr. Residents
Plastic Surgeory-Sr. Consultant
Urology - Consultant
Cardiology
Cardiac Surgery
Interventional Cardiology
Non Invasive
Technicians-Echo, TMT, ECG etc.
Nephrology, Gastro, Neuro, Optha, Resp.,Gynae
ICU, IMCU, ER, Anesthesia,
Purchase, Biomed, Nurshing & Pharmacy IPD, Medi Records, and Imaging etc. HR & Administration

drvarun -  Member Since: Oct 2010
hi, iam dr. and completed pg in management and fresher join as hr manager in hospital, with out any experience,can i perform better in hospital...........!

smegha -  Member Since: Dec 2009
Dear namrata
I m working in healthcare Industry from last more than 02yrs,
nd there is much better scope of HR in this field..........coz u l b dealing with educated persons for each of ur HR activity........nd for gils/women its good than industies.

Thanks&Regards
Megha Sharma
Officer (HR&Admin)
Geetanjali Medical College &Hospital
Udaipur




 
 
 
 





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