IDENTIFICATION of Threats Once the assessment is completed on a healthcare facility the second step is to identify internal and external threats to the integrity of the organization. In this step you are to identify those issues affecting your organization. Begin with issues impacting all healthcare facilities and then, provide three additional issues that are specific to your facility. Therefore, it becomes prudent to perform a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) analysis. Please cite sources. (Minimum of 750 words)PS. Please see attached document for reference.
PEARSON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
Karolin LoperaKeiser UniversityHSM 69205/24/2016
Community Hospital: Pearson
Size of Facility
Pearson Community Hospital was setup in 1981 in Southern California. It has facilities that accommodates 50 beds and provides acute care 24*7 to the patients. The land of the hospital is spread in 21acres. It has the 5 main units along with additional wings.
Type of Facility
Pearson Community Hospital provides acute care with an operation that is round-the-clock and is with a work force comprising 60 volunteers, 200 employees and 45 physicians / specialists who work in different shifts and deliver a range of health care services (Zaubler, T. S., Murphy, K., Rizzuto, L., Santos, R., Skotzko, C., Giordano, J., … & Inouye, S. K., 2013). The health care services provisioned at the community hospital includes the clinical support along with the crucial services pertaining to primary care and preventive treatment. The chronic diseases are also attended and the array of trauma services is offered at Pearson to serve the community. The people who are sick are provided critical care at Pearson and in case the hospital is unable to provide this facility, the advancing or the declining health of the patient are the factors that determine whether the transfer of the patient has to be done within the facility based on the needs.
The efficiency of the administrative staff too plays a crucial role at the hospital. Whether the appropriate resources have been allocated and whether the community hospital is able to address to the concerns arising within the community it is serving while adhering to the required care of the patients does bring into consideration the congenial environment too that is part of the support from the workforce while providing care to the ailing (Lottenberg, R., Krywicki, R., Doad, G., Kabange, W., Modupe, M., Steele, G., … & Clair, B., 2014). The Community Hospital is also working on an expansion plan to…