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Hospital, an institution that is built, staffed, and equipped for  the diagnosis of disease; for the treatment, both medical and  surgical, of the sick and the injured; and for their housing  during this process. The modern hospital also often serves as  a center for investigation and for teaching. 

To better serve the wide-ranging needs of the community,  the modern hospital has often developed outpatient  facilities, as well as emergency, psychiatric, and rehabilitation  services. In addition, “bed-less hospitals” provide strictly  ambulatory (outpatient) care and day surgery. Patients arrive  at the facility for short appointments. They may also stay for  treatment in surgical or medical units for part of a day or for  a full day, after which they are discharged for follow-up by a  primary care health provider. 

Across differing regions, medical institutions (often referred  to as “anchor institutions”) play a major role in the social and  economic vitality of cities. In total, hospitals provide employment for more than 5.7 million Americans, with tens  of thousands of new healthcare jobs added each month.  Additionally, hospitals spend over $852 billion on goods and 

services annually and generate greater than $2.8 trillion of  economic activity. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts  that, between 2014 and 2024, the healthcare industry will  grow faster and add more jobs than any other sector. 

Hospitals are particularly important in high-poverty areas. In  each of the largest twenty U.S. cities, a health system is  among the top ten private employers; in high-poverty  communities, a health system is almost always among the  top five. About one in fifteen of the largest hospitals in the  U.S. are located in “inner cities,” and these hospitals alone  spend more than $130 billion each year. Because not-for profit hospitals are tax-exempt, surrounding neighborhoods  might view them as disconnected from small business and  community development. However, the missions and bottom  lines of hospitals tie them to their respective communities.  More than other industries, the hospital industry has the  ability and incentive to leverage resources for community  revitalization. 

In the current state of the world, where we are overwhelmed  with the effects of COVID 19, hospitals have never been more  important. So to find any services pertaining to a hospitals,  be it, emergency rooms, doctors, medicines, etc.’s specific section can be utilized.

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