An assessment of the radiologic facilities on selected government hospitals in the province of Cavite
Date of Completion
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology
Radiology Department, Hospital
The study used a descriptive survey design. This study utilized a validated self-made questionnaire. Eight hospitals were included in the study. Using purposive sampling, the respondents of the study were the chief radiologic technologists and/or the QA/QC officers of the said hospital. Frequency and percentage distribution were used as statistical tools. Based on the findings of the study, the following conclusions were drawn: 1) Majority of the participant hospitals cater to at least 301-800 radiology patients per month, with location in the upland portion of Cavite are level 1 category hospital and sourced their funding from the local government; 2) The results showed that all of the hospitals do not have a complete support room. Specifically, none of the hospitals have an existing staff room and conference room. The participant’s assessment of the existing support rooms ranges from critically damages to new or like new, but most were assessed as slightly worn out or good condition; 3) The results also showed that all of the hospitals have at least an x-ray machine, assessed by the respondents as slightly worn out or good in both condition and functionality. Some have the ultrasound machine, mostly assessed by the respondents as new or like new and one as critically damaged. One hospital had CT scan machine assessed as good in condition and functionality.
Susan A. Olavidez
De Los Reyes, J. F.
An assessment of the radiologic facilities on selected government hospitals in the province of Cavite.
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology.
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