Choosing a hospital

@hsofyan (3448)
Jakarta, Indonesia
April 23, 2009 7:39pm CST
What parameter you use in choosing a hospital? How do you set up priorities? 1. Hygiene; 2. Quality doctor; 3. The quality of nurses; 4. Good administration; 5. Sophisticated equipment; 6. Cheap; 7. Near; 8. Many friends; 9. No strict rules; 10. others.
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@icesmile (7172)
• Romania
24 Apr 09
I am sure that very important are doctor quality, hygiene, and equipmenat....this 3 are parameters for a hospital where our life can be saved good administration, is not my bussines, near too, friends for what?cheap...when we want to save a life...can t be cheap...rules...i don t care....so my answer is. 1. Doctor quality 2.hygiene 3.equipment
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@hsofyan (3448)
• Jakarta, Indonesia
24 Apr 09
Good priorities, Icesmile
• India
24 Apr 09
I choose Hopital on whole my family priority basis like 1.Known Doctor (like Family doctor in that Hospital) 2.Branded Hospital 3.Good infrastructure with dedicated services 4.skilled Doctors 5.Smooth coordination with customers and patients 6.service minded
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@hsofyan (3448)
• Jakarta, Indonesia
24 Apr 09
Good parameters, Accessranganath! I agree with you.
@maezee (33937)
• United States
24 Apr 09
I don't really understand the question but I'll do my best to answer it, anyway. The #1 thing that I've heard that people decide to choose a hospital by is their reputation (so, I guess #10) and the good publicity about it. In Minnesota (where I live), we have the Mayo Clinic which is a HIGLY reputable clinic - and people drive thousands of miles to go there, and it's mainly because of the doctors & the overall reputation. Hope this helps!
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@hsofyan (3448)
• Jakarta, Indonesia
24 Apr 09
Hi Maezee, Reputation of a hospital there are certain factors cause, among others, are often successful cure. That means the quality of a good doctor.