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Questions to Ask About Hospitals

Good health is one of the most central aspects of living well. But at one point or another many of us have to visit the hospital in the event of an injury or illness. Here are a few question to ask about a medical facility.

  • What type of care do the facility and its doctors specialize in, if any?
    Some facilities specialize in a certain type of illness or patient. For example if you are a war veteran, the VA operates facilities where you can receive care at no charge or a low charge. There are also psychiatric facilities that can only treat mental health issues. Some places may employ doctors that are well known for their specialized skills. For example the oncology (the diagnosis and treatment of cancer) department at a particular location may be quite well-known, but the trauma unit may not have as positive of a reputation.

  • Is there any possibility of participating in clinical trials at this facility?
    On occasion a hospital may run a clinical trial of a new type of treatment or medication, for example a new drug related to mental illness, and offer those interested the chance to participate. If you are given this option, make sure that you listen attentively to your doctor when he explains all the risks and benefits of the trial so you know whether it is right for you.

  • What sort of rehabilitation services do you offer?
    Many medical facilities will have in-house rehabilitation departments. For example, physical and occupational therapists may work with patients to restore skills, strength and mobility after an illness or injury. Many VA facilities, especially, will offer these services to a returning veteran in need. Cancer patients may also benefit from physical therapy.
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    5890 Valley Rd Ste 200, Birmingham, AL 35235
    (205) 655-7600  
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    800 Montclair Rd, Birmingham, AL 35213
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    Hill Crest Behavioral Health Services Write review for this local business
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    3600 Grandview Pkwy, Birmingham, AL 35243
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    Rocky Ridge Dental Write review for this local business
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    1720 University Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35233
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    A career in medicine requires a lot of training, but it can be very lucrative and rewarding. Most positions in a hospital require education beyond college, long shifts on your feet and sympathy for other people’s conditions. If you do not get along well with human patients, then consider applying to veterinary school so you can provide care for animals. The medical field is not a good choice for those who do not want to be around the seriously ill either, such as cancer patients and those with mental illness.

    Hospitals offer multiple positions in the health care industry. A certified nurse may change bedding, check patients’ vitals and administer medicine. This job can be very physically demanding. Most states require a training program, which is usually about six weeks, and licensing exam. Becoming a registered nurse quite a bit or education, experience and training. Nurses assist doctors with exams, surgery and various other tasks. Depending on your state, you will either have to earn an associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree to work in the medical field.

    Becoming a doctor takes quite a bit of dedication. You learn such things as how to evaluate an injury and prescribe medication. There are many medical fields, some you may be dealing with patients suffering from cancer and mental health disorders. Some doctors research various illnesses. Doctors who work in the emergency room, split their time between trauma victims and the sick. You can also choose to work at a hospital for veterans. Veteran hospitals provide medical attention for individuals who have served in some branch of the military. There are also clinics in some medical facilities that treat people without insurance. By joining the medical industry, you can enjoy a satisfying and rewarding career.



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