hello seniors i have recently joined a hospital and i have been told to do manpower planning can anyone help me out in doing so
From United States, Torrance
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Hi Sunny, Welcome to the community. Do review the existing material on the network from the sidebar and by using the research bar at the top. Regards, Sid
From India, Gurgaon
i have review the material sid bt i am not getting the proper data for a hospital industry so can u suggest me any
From United States, Torrance
CHR
650

Please share exactly what your concern is regarding the matter. Like for example whether it's sourcing, the interview or something else.
Being specific will encourage all our members to come forward and help out.
Regards,
Sid

From India, Gurgaon
Dear Sunny,
You could have given basic information about your hospital like:
a) Number of beds
b) Number of wards
c) Number of doctors on a roll
d) Number of doctors on a visit
e) Total number of floors of your hospital
f) Total number of medical equipment in your hospital
g) What is the capacity of the AC (Air conditioning system)
h) How many DG sets you have
and so on. Without this information how is it possible to give information of any kind.
I recommend you visit the nearby hospital and meet HR. Obtain the information from them. At the beginning just copy their manpower planning. Later on, you can always to some plus or minus.
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar
+91-9900155394

From India, Bangalore
CHR
650

Well spotted Sateesh, Please do share what you find Sunny, so others in your position can gain from what you unearth. Regards, Sid
From India, Gurgaon
well, you got lot of constructive inputs!

YOUR QUERY IS MANPOWER PLANNING FOR A HOSPITAL.

PLEASE NOTE THAT ONE OF MOST EFFECTIVE WAY OF DOING MANPOWER PLANNING FOR ANY HOSPITAL IS TO KEEP THE NUMBER OF BEDS AS YOUR BASIS.

WELL, IT IS NOT SO EASY AT IT SOUNDS..... INFACT, MOST OF THE ADFINISTRATORS/HR IN HOSPITALS FIND IT A CHALLENGE TO FIND OUT MOST APPROPRIATE EMPLOYEE: BE RATIO....

HOWEVER, YOU NOW NEED TO HAVE BASICS DETAILS :

NUMBER OF BEDS

(BEDS IN WARD, ROOMS, TRIAGE, EMERGENCY, ICU, OT'S ETC)

TYPE OF HOSPITAL : IS IT A TERITIARY HEALTH CARE CENTRE OR A LARGE CORPORATE HOSPITAL

SERVICE STANDARDS : IS IT A LARGE CORPORATE HOSPITAL, GIVING 5 STAR LEVEL SERVICE & INFRASTRUCTURE

TYPE OF CLIENTILE

THESE WILL BE GUIDING FACTORS....

YOU THEN NEED TO DISCUSS WITH YOUR RESPECTIVE HOD's

IMPORTANTLY

I. NURSING TO WORKPOUT BED : NURSE RATIO FOR ROOMS, WARDS, HDU, ICU, OT's, TRIAGE, EERGENCY...

II. DOCTOR : BED RATIO ( HERE I MEAN PAYROLL DOCTORS, NOT VISITING CONSULTANTS. YOU NEED TO ASCERTAIN DOCTOR : BED RATIO WITH ANALYSIS FOR ICU, CCU, NICYU, PICU, OT's, WARDS, TRIAGE, EERGENCY.... THESE ARE MAINLY RESIDENT DOCTORS, REGISTRARS, SR. REGISTRARS, JR. CONSULTANTS, CONSULTANTS WHO ARE ON REGULAR PAYROLL OF HOSPITAL

THEN BBASED UPON BEDS, TYPE OF SERVICE, TYPE OF CLIENTILE, REVENUE YOU NEED TO WORK OUT STAFF RATIO FOR HOUSE KEEPING, CSSD, F&B SERVICE, OPD, IPD, ADINISTRATION, FINANCE, ACCOUNTS, GENERAL WORKERS, HR.....


From India
Yes Sonny.........
I think above is the best document to solve your problem.According to this you have to design the manpower requirement...........
and one thing you add and confirm how many segment they used to establish like medicine ward, ortho... , pediatric..etc from the management.Accordingly you analysis the manpower requirement ....
Manoj
Manager-HR & PM
SLB Media & Entertainment (P) Ltd.

From India, Chennai
Dear Sir.
Greetings.
I am a ISO Consultant from Varanasi,I am looking for legal documents required to start up 3 start hotel, and which kind of governemnt noc's legal documents are mandatory to start such project i wish to know , actuly same things are required at the time of CertificationAudit.
please help em for same.
its matter of urgent.
Regards
Manish Srivastava

From India, Lucknow

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