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Organization Structure and Functions

This paper propose setting up the proposed Golden Age Hospital

GAH will provide specialized care to senior people in community

The new unit will reduce congestion in Mission Viejo Hospital

IT will reduce mortality and enhance better quality of care

Background Information

The Mission Viejo Medical Centre has two adjacent health facilities

Mission Hospital Regional Medical Center

Children’s Hospital at Mission

The community has a large population of senior member aged over 55

Additional hospital unit (GAH and CC) are proposed to special needs of
the senior population

The proposed hospital for the elderly will be named as ‘the Golden
Age Hospital. In

Mission Statement

Mission statement for GAH: Golden Age Hospital (GAH) provides
world-class class health care for the Mission Viejo areas senior
population with special health needs through superbly integrated and
executed clinical practices.

Mission statement for community clinic: Community clinic improves
the general health and well being of individual and the Mission Viejo
community as a whole by providing comprehensive and high quality
care services including treatment, prevention and health education.

Organizational Diagram

Relationship between structures/blocks

Sharing of common services between all units

laboratory services,


Blood bank and


Human resources

Reduce congestion in the mission hospital

GAH/CC WILL Reduce falls and associated injuries in the mission

will reduce occurrences of error and the cost of health care to the
seniors and hospital

Recommended Bed Capacity

The proposed GAH and CC is designed to cater for senior embers with special

The approximate senior population in the community is 28,000; approximate
bed space for GAH is 80-100.

This number of beds is intended to care for seniors that require specialized

Major Services to be offered at GAH and CC

Cancer therapy,

Nutritional care

Specialized cardiac care

Diabetic prevention and control

Physical therapy and

Neurological assistance

Physician Integration

The GAH and CC will be managed as a functionally integrated
service centre

Integration of these specialists should be based on the needs of
patients in the hospital.

Hospital-physician integration should respond to rapidly expanding
managed care health insurance.

Analysis of Survey Questionnaire

There is increased need for specialized care for the senior members of the

A separate unit (GAH/CC) are necessary in reducing congestion

Another critical concern that require attention include

Cancer treatment

Physical therapy

Cardiac specialized

Neurological assistance

Conclusion and Recommendations

A separate unit for the growing number of senior people is necessary in the

The unit will employ and integrate specialized professional in the field of
geriatric to offer specialized care for the patients.

Instead of a separate area within the hospital, a different facility is necessary to
cater for needs of elderly with special needs

The integrated new unit should generate synergy and reduce cost to the center


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