According to the Medical Journal Houston (The Leading Source for Healthcare Business News, November 2008 ), major growth that enhanced patients care was a newly incorporated design of the hospital. The goal of the new design was to increase the ability to care for more patients and to make improvements on the function of the hospital, while staying mindful of current and future trends in women’s gynecologic, obstetric, pediatric, and general healthcare. Another priority is keeping medical care accessible to newborns at all times – and quickly. To address this issue, the most critical care nursery was placed immediately adjacent to the operating room suites. Now instead of having to mobilize a computer, with the redesign all patient rooms have a local computer in place. This helps the medical staff with being able to stay in patients’ rooms unlike before. The redesign also included a just like home ambiance to allow patients a relaxed environment and also allows patients the use of their own electronic devices with wireless Internet access.
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