December 11, 2012
Part two of a three part series exploring physician retention at The Memorial Hospital in Craig focuses on the administration's role in controlling workflow at their hospital and clinic, compares national statistics regarding physician retention to personal stories from recently-departed doctors, and examines hospital recruitment.
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Recruitment and the administration’s influence on workflow
Keeping a community’s residents healthy is no easy task. Getting patients in and out and treated correctly depends heavily on resources and available physicians in an area. As some doctors depart The Memorial Hospital in Craig harboring some ill feelings, residents are becoming concerned with how they’ll be affected as patients. The following is part two of a three-part series examining the issue of physician retention at TMH ¬¬— whether what’s happening in Craig is a problem caused by the current administration or part of a national trend — told from the perspective of current and former hospital employees, as well as current administrators.