Hospital & Healthcare Management October 23, 2021

Hospitals are medical institutions that treat a wide range of mild and severe diseases, illnesses, and bodily function concerns. They also provide therapeutic care, sickness prevention information, and promote the overall well-being of people.

The rise of the coronavirus pandemic has heightened the importance of healthcare and changed the way hospitals are run. Governments worldwide are turning to a military-style field hospital setting to help medical institutions deal with the inflow of COVID-19 patients. These improvised infirmaries may be seen in several locations, including stadiums, open areas around prominent institutions, and parking lots.

What Is A Field Hospital?

A field hospital is a temporary or mobile medical unit that treats casualties on the spot until they can be safely moved to more...

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