HCS 214 Week 1 Major Health Care Facilities

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 HCS 214 Week 1 Major Health Care Facilities

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Major Heath Care Facilities


Complete the following table to identify whether the terms provided represent a health care facility or department.













































Medical Records Department
Urgent Care
Intensive Care
Ambulatory Care
Internal/Family Medicine
Long-term Care
Nursing Unit
Mental/Behavioral Health










































































Health Care Facilities


Complete the following table by matching the function to the health care facility or department:

















































































Health Care Facility or Department
_____ Pediatrics
a. Are generally primary care providers and do not specialize in one specific form of treatment: The primary care provider in internal medicine is responsible for meeting the needs of patients of all ages and addresses a wide range of health concerns.
_____ Hospitals
b. Department that oversees registering patients on admissions to a facility by verifying patient demographics and insurance information and provides consent forms for treatment
_____ Admissions
c. Area or floor in a facility that specializes in the ongoing management and treatment of the patient: Most units are divided into a specialty unit to include medical surgical/telemetry, rehabilitation, post-operative, cardiology, intensive care, surgical intensive care, pediatrics, oncology, endoscopy, behavioral health, nursery, labor and delivery, dialysis, obstetrics, and orthopedics.
_____ Urgent care
d. Patient financial services department assists patients with billing questions and financials during the patient stay
_____ Medical Records Department
e. Inpatient facilities are equipped for patients to stay overnight and provide 24 hour services. A hospital is a self-contained facility that provides acute care to patients with injuries or illnesses.
_____ Internal/Family Medicine
f. Ambulatory that is equipped to provide outpatient urgent treatment to a patient 
_____ Nursing units
g. Referred to as health information management: The area can be a centralized or decentralized location where patient medical records are stored and filed. Billing and coding may take place in the health information management department.
_____ Financial Services
h. Is responsible for meeting the needs of infants, children, and teenagers and addresses a wide range of health concerns: The pediatrician is generally the primary care provider for pediatric patients.