An empirical study of service delivery within the Provincial Hospital of Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa : a case study
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Health care services are an essential component of South African government policy and this is regulated by the Health Act, Act 61 of 2003. The study explores the services offered by the Provincial Hospital KwaZulu Natal, South Africa in relation to service delivery and management practices. The key participants to the study are the patients and staff of the hospital. A structured questionnaire to the patients and departmental heads of the hospital was applied. A structured interview was conducted with strategic level management of the hospital. The results of the study were organized thematically and were triangulated between the results of the various data collecting instruments. A presentation of graphs and tables would be used to facilitate the results of the data. The paper provides sound conclusions and recommendations for efficient and effective management and service delivery within the provincial hospital and which are applicable to many of the provincial hospitals in the country.
Balkaran, R. and Deen, A. 2013. An Empirical Study of Service Delivery within the Provincial Hospital of Kwa - Zulu Natal South Africa - A case Study. Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies, 5(7): 439-448.