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  1. Hospitals Elise de Bruyn, Andy Krivonosov, Chandni Patel

  2. Type of Patients: • General hospitals- wide range of ages • Specialty hospitals- specific range of ages and conditions • Government hospitals- government service personnel and their dependents • University/Colleges hospitals- patients in the area

  3. Services provided: • General hospitals- diagnostic, medical, surgical, and emergency care services • Specialty hospitals- burn hospitals, oncology, pediatric, psychiatric, orthopedics, and rehabilitation • Government hospitals- federal, local, and state governments provide psychiatric services and rehabilitation • University/College hospitals- provide hospital services, research, and education

  4. Cost: • ER Visit: Cost varies depending on the services you receive. Cut your Finger: Heart Attack: ranges from $500-$1000 ranges from $1000-$2000 *What you pay out of pocket depends on your insurance • Cost to operate a Hospital: Is around $450,000 per day

  5. Type of Employees: • Radiology / Imaging • Surgery • ICU - Intensive Care Unit • ER - Emergency Room • Labor & Delivery • Nursery • Cardiac Care • Cafeteria • Gift Shop • Lab • Pharmacy • NICU - Neonatal Intensive Care Unit • Morgue *Wide range of trained personnel at all levels needed

  6. Miscellaneous Facts: • First hospital in our nation was the Pennsylvania Hospital, founded in 1751. • New York-Presbyterian Hospital is the biggest hospital in the United States with 2,242 beds. • A Doctor will see an average of 31 patients per day.