Survey on organizational health in Masjed Soleyman hospitals: 2011


Mohammad Khammarnia 1 , Mansour Zahiri 2 , Masome Bagheri 1

1 Department of Public Health, Health Promotion Research Centre and of School Health, Zahedan Academic University of Medical Sciences Mashahir Square, Zahedan, IR Iran

2 Department of Health Services Management, School of Health, Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences, Ahvaz, IR Iran

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How to Cite: Khammarnia M, Zahiri M, Bagheri M. Survey on organizational health in Masjed Soleyman hospitals: 2011, Jundishapur J Health Sci. Online ahead of Print ; 5(1):35-41.


Jundishapur Journal of Health Sciences: 5 (1); 35-41
Published Online: March 20, 2013
Article Type: Research Article


Organizational health is a new concept in organizations that includes the organizations ability to perform their duties effectively. Today organizations especially hospitals, should have a high organizational health to increase productivity. This study reviewed organizational health in Masjed Soleimans hospitals.

This cross - sectional study was conducted in Masjed Soleimans hospitals. The study sample consisted of 22 hospital Medical staff that included the total Statistical population. For data collection Parsons Model was used which is a standardized questionnaire. SPSS statistical tests such as Spearman correlation coefficient and descriptive statistics were used to analyze collected data.

The findings showed that 60 percent of the samples were women and most of them held an associate degree. Studied Hospitals also had the middle level of organizational health (109 and 110) and organizational health had significant interface with age (p_value = 0 / 021) and the employees education (p_value = 0 / 048).

The study showed that hospitals have middle levels of organizational health, therefore, considering the importance of organizational health to increase productivity, hospital managers should try to promote organizational health to provide better quality service for the community.

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