Florida Hospital : A Global Health Care Leader

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Florida Hospital is one of the largest non-profit organizations; founded in 1908, it now has 24 campuses throughout the state of Florida. It has become one of the most well known hospitals across the world for its compassionate services. The mission statement is “Extending the healing ministry of Christ”. The organization’s values are remembered by the acronym ICBEST; integrity, compassion, balance, excellence, stewardship and teamwork (History and Organization, n.d). Florida Hospital Celebration Health is a global health care leader that has served 75 thousand plus emergency cases and continues to serve the visitors and residents of Osceola, Orange, Polk, and Lake Counties, with a focus on healing the whole person (Florida Hospital,…show more content…
Primary aims/objectives of each stakeholder and how their power affects the strategic plans of Celebration Health As a medical director of an emergency department, there are numerous duties and responsibilities including: providing leadership and management, planning, staffing, organizing, evaluating the department, providing an input in department budget, working supportively with medical staff including nurses, managers, physicians to provide care to all patients, working with directors of different departments in ensuring quality and effective use of services. Medical director directly supervises the group of physicians (Florida Emergency Physicians at Celebration Health) in the clinical and administrative duties. Medical director of Celebration Health follows the guidelines provided by ACEP (American College of Emergency Physicians). In addition to being a full time physician, medical director is responsible for emergency department 24 hours. At Celebration Health, there is also an Associate and an Assistant Medical Director that assist the medical director (ACEP, n.d). Another stakeholder, Emergency Department Nursing Manager is another important stakeholder of emergency department. One works closely with staff, physicians and leaderships to achieve continued clinical excellence
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