Paulino J. Garcia Memorial Research and Medical Center Organizational Behavior Study
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Organizational Behavior Case Analysis on Dr. Paulino J. Garcia Memorial Research and Medical Center
Executive Summary The Dr. Paulino J. Garcia Memorial Research and Medical Center (Dr. PJGMRMC) is an established and yet growing hospital. However, come with the expansions through enabling acts and how the organization grows in an ever changing environment come also challenges and issues the hospital has to face. Among these issues are improving their nurses over all service performance. In government hospitals, the nurse to patient ratio is quite out of hand. Tendencies, nurses will always end up being put in high stress level situations and end up being overworked. But a major concern in government hospitals just like Dr. PJGMRMC is…show more content… Paulino J. Garcia Memorial Research and Medical Center (Dr. PJGMRMC), previously called the Nueva Ecija Provincial Health before its conversion authored by Congressman Leopoldo Diaz and Congressman Angel Concepcion of the First and Second districts of Nueva Ecija respectively, opened its doors on December 15, 1930 under the Commonwealth Act 3114, as amended by Act 3168. Situated first in Cabanatuan, it’s hospital staff, facilities, equipment was transferred to Cabiao, Nueva Ecija, Calumpit, Bulacan and Sta. Maria, Bulacan. In February 1945, it resumed its operation in Cabanatuan aided by the 19th portable hospital of the USA which was so turned over to the Philippine Government on July 1, 1945. The hospital’s bed capacity has changed throughout the years through the passage of enabling acts as shown in the table below.
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Leadership Style Leadership can be classified in types such as democratic, autocratic, laissez-faire and other types but the Hospital Management exercises a participatory kind of management. It’s EXECOM is composed of the Medical Center Chief; three main division chiefs namely the Chief of Medical Professional Staff for the Medical Division, Chief Administrative Officer for the