Hospital emergency departments play multiple roles in the healthcare system. Once considered a source of care for major injuries and life-threatening medical conditions, the emergency department has become part primary care physician and part social worker to many people.Any location the healthcare is provided because a health accommodation and facility are in general. Health accommodation and facilities range from the small clinics and doctor’s offices. To urgent care centers and large hospitals with elaborate emergency rooms and trauma centers. One common measure of that area’s prosperity and quality of life is the number and quality of health facilities in a country or region. In many countries, before a facility may open for business, health facilities are regulated to some extent by law licensing by a regulatory agency is often required. Health facilities may be operated for-profit businesses, non-profit organizations, governments, and in some cases by individuals, with proportions varying by country. See also the recent review paper, which a comprehensive classification of health facilities from the location analysis perspective is provided.
The main of the accommodation and facilities in the hospital. A hospital is an institution for healthcare that providing specialized treatment for inpatient to stays. Some hospitals primarily admit patients suffering from a specific disease or affliction are reserved for the diagnosis. The treatment of conditions will be affecting a specific age group. Others have a mandate that will expand beyond offering dominantly curative and rehabilitative care services. Due to including promotional, the preventive and educational roles as part of a primary health care approach. Other than that is healthcare centers. It including clinics, ambulatory surgery centers, doctor’s offices serve and urgent care centers as the first point of contact with a health professional and provide outpatient nursing, dental, medical, and other types of care services. Next, medical nursing homes that including geriatric care facilities and residential treatment centers. It is healthcare institutions which have accommodation facilities. It will be providing short-term or long-term medical treatment of a general or specialized nature not performed by hospitals to inpatients with any of a wide variety of medical condition. Then, pharmacies and drug stores. It comprises establishments engaged in retailing prescription or nonprescription drugs and medicines. Furthermore, it also has a clinical laboratory or medical laboratory. Where in order to get information about the health of a patient, tests are done on biological specimens. The laboratories may be divided into categorical departments such as microbiology, serology, clinical biochemistry, cytogenetics, hematology, histology, cytology, immunology, or virology. A biomedical research facility is conducted to aid the body of knowledge in the field of medicine by basic research or applied research. The medical research can be divided into two general categories. First, the evaluation of new treatments for both safety and efficacy in what are termed clinical trials. Second, all other research that contributes to the development of new treatments. If its goal is specifically to elaborate knowledge for the development of new therapeutic strategies the latter is termed preclinical research.
· People that receiving health and disability services need an environment which promotes health, protect them from harm and helps maintain their dignity. When people are in hospital or another residential health care facility, the accommodation, facilities, and equipment should meet their clinical needs. To provide for ongoing developmental experiences and education, ensure their safety and emotional wellbeing, be supportive of family involvement. Accommodation for children and young people should be separate from that provided for adults. Children and young people need to be cared for with others of their own age. All children should be cared for in children’s services, with access to play and recreational facilities, age-related toys, activities, and equipment. Staff, of all disciplines, should be trained in caring for children and young people. Despite this having been established as a principle, older children are still admitted to adult wards in hospitals at times, in particular for surgical specialties
· So the accommodation and facilities are important. If its lack of accommodation and facilities it will affect the quality of services to the people. For example the lack of accommodation and facilities in hospital in several countries such as Australia. The decreasing between 2013–2014 and 2014–2015 mostly due to the reclassification of 46 very small hospitals in Queensland as non-hospital facilities in the data for total and public hospitals. Next, Chile. In 2014, hospitals did not provide care services which were previously considered as part of the Public Health System. The number of private hospitals also decreased from 2013 to 2014. This decrease is explained because occupational injury services bought services in private clinics and they no longer have independent hospitals by their own. In 2010, the several public hospitals are affected by the strong earthquake that occurred in Chile. Then Estonia. After 1991, the decreasing in the number of hospitals was the result of the first reorganization wave of the health care system of the independent country. Then, the hospitals that provided only in-patient long-term care services (long-term care hospitals) were reorganized to the nursing care hospitals.
Poor housing conditions are including in the lack of accommodation. That is associated with a wide range of health conditions. That including respiratory infections, injuries lead poisoning, asthma, and mental health. Addressing housing issues offers public health practitioners an opportunity to address an important social determinant of health. Public health has long been involved in housing issues. In the 19th century, health officials targeted poor sanitation, crowding, and inadequate ventilation to reduce infectious diseases as well as fire hazards to decrease injuries. Today, public health departments can employ multiple strategies to improve housing, such as developing and enforcing housing guidelines and codes, implementing “Healthy Homes” programs to improve indoor environmental quality, assessing housing conditions, and advocating for healthy, affordable housing. Now is the time for public health to create healthier homes by confronting substandard housing.
Housing is an important determinant of health, and substandard housing is a major public health issue.Each year in the United States, 13.5 million nonfatal injuries occur in and around the home,2900 people die in house fires and 2 million people make emergency room visits for asthma. One million young children in the United States have blood lead levels high enough to adversely affect their intelligence, behavior, and development.Two million Americans occupy homes with severe physical problems, and an additional 4.8 million live in homes with moderate problems.
The public health community has grown increasingly aware of the importance of social determinants of health (including housing) in recent years. Yet defining the role of public health practitioners in influencing housing conditions has been challenging. Responsibility for social determinants of health is seen as lying primarily outside the scope of public health.
The quality and accessibility of housing is, however, a particularly appropriate area for public health involvement. An evolving body of scientific evidence demonstrates solid relations between housing and health. The public health community is developing, testing, and implementing effective interventions that yield health benefits through improved housing quality. Public health agencies have valuable expertise and resources to contribute to a multisectoral approach to housing concerns. Public health has a long (albeit intermittent) history of involvement in the housing arena, and this involvement is generally accepted by other housing stakeholders (e.g., building departments, community housing advocates). Housing-related health concerns such as lead exposure and asthma are highly visible.
The public is also concerned about the quality and accessibility of housing as affordable housing becomes scarcer. Elected officials and communities alike recognize that substandard housing is an important social justice issue that adversely influences health.
So the conclusion, the accommodation and facilities are important to the people because it will help improve our public health.