Shady Acres Healthcare System analysis

management

Description

Since the 1970s, Shady Acres Healthcare System (SAHS) has been serving the local community

by proving essential healthcare services to their local community. As a not-for-profit

organization, it began with two community clinics, a nursing home, and a mobile immunization

unit. Total employees numbered 107. Since then, it has grown to have a respectable portfolio

which boasts seven community clinics, four skilled nursing facilities (one of which is the largest

in the state at 275 beds), two assisted living facilities (both moderate size), a home health care

unit, a 120-bed hospice facility, a pharmacy distribution service, and a large laboratory capable

of enormous growth (currently running at only 33% capacity). There are 742 total employees

today. This paper utilizes SWOT analysis to explore the existing issues facing SAHS while also

providing recommended course of actions.

Key words: SWOT analysis, not-for-profit, healthcare.

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