When you visit a doctor’s office or hospital, you likely interact with a receptionist, a nurse, a doctor, and maybe a radiologist or other specialist. But behind the scenes, there’s a health care administrator making sure the facility runs smoothly. Health care administration sits at the confluence of business and medicine. It’s a field where you can apply your leadership and organizational skills to make a real difference in people’s lives.
Nurses are the workforce and backbone of any medical facility and hospital. It is for this reason that effective management and leadership is required to handle this essential workforce. An assistant nurse manager's responsibilities are delegating tasks and nurse schedules and training and orients staff on the hospital's or medical facility's daily activities. Besides being a licensed nurse, an assistant nurse manager needs good organizational skills and interpersonal skills. This person must have experience in handling employees and able to manage a nurse station with expertise.
An operating theatre assistant handles the maintenance of the operating theatre equipment and the room itself. These professionals ensure tools are clean and in good condition. They also maintain the stock of operating theatre supplies. They also play a significant role in interacting with patients as they move to and from surgery. Operating theatre assistants also offer patients support while they're in the recovery room.
Physiotherapy is treatment to restore, maintain, and make the most of a patient’s mobility, function, and well-being. Physiotherapy helps through physical rehabilitation, injury prevention, and health and fitness. Physiotherapists get you involved in your own recovery.
Panchakarma eliminates accumulated impurities from the mind-body physiology; it is essentially a detoxification program. Pancha in Sanskrit means "five," and karma means "action" and refers to five different purifying and rejuvenating procedures in Ayurveda.
Ayurvedic medicine: An introduction for nurses Ayurvedic medicine is an ancient Indian form of healing. It is gaining popularity as part of the growing interest in New Age spirituality and in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).