Organizational Assessment : A Non Profit Health Care System

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Organizational Assessment Introduction Size of the Organizations Major Components PeaceHealth is a non-profit health care system in the Western United States that incorporates medical centers, critical access hospitals, clinics, and laboratories spanning across Alaska, Oregon, and Washington. PeaceHealth operates medical centers in Ketchikan, Alaska, Ketchikan Medical Center, critical access, 25 beds, 29 long-term care beds, Cottage Grove, critical access, 14 beds. Eugene, Sacred Heart University District Hospital, 104 beds. Florence, Peace Harbor Medical Center, 21 beds, level IV trauma center, and Springfield, Oregon, Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend, 338 beds, Level II trauma center. and Bellingham, St. Joseph’s hospital, a level II trauma center with 253 beds, 400 physicians, and 2600 employees, Friday Harbor, = Peace Island Medical Center, is a critical access hospital with 10 beds and a 24-hour emergency room, Longview, St. John’s Medical Center, 346 beds, Level III Trauma Center. Sedro-Woolley = PeaceHealth United General Hospital, critical access, 97 beds, Level IV trauma center, and Vancouver, Washington = Southwest Medical Center 450 beds. Level II trauma center. In addition, the preceding locations likewise provide clinic and laboratory services to their communities (PeaceHealth, 2016). As of July 2015 the system included 15,549 employees, 835 employed physicians, 1584 licensed acute care beds, and 29 long-term care beds. The PeaceHealth total yearly
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