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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
7th August 2007 From India, Ahmadabad

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
18th September 2008 From India, Bhubaneswar
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
23rd December 2008 From India, New Delhi
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...........!
5th October 2010 From India, Bhopal
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
5th October 2010 From India, Udaipur
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