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My name is Marc Zavarro and I am a member of the Class of 2022. I am a Freshmen at Western High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. I push myself to put my skills and dedication in multiple school clubs and charities. Throughout my middle school careers and my upcoming High School Career, I have been and will be a leader in a Charity known as Children Helping Other Children. Along with being in multiple charities, I am a nationally represented Debater ranking number 6 in the nation for my category. I have excelled in some of the highest classes offered. In my first year of high school, I am taking AP classes. In 7th grade, I obtained 1110 on my SAT. I would like to follow a career in Political Science in my college future.
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My name is Christopher Karle. I live in Ridgefield, Connecticut and will be graduating from Immaculate High School in 2022. I am passionate about health, wellness, and sustainability, so I founded Head2Toe where we donate hand-knitted baby hats to hospitals and community centers to support the health of infants; made adult hats from recycled cloth to improve the wellness of the homeless through the Midnight Run Organization; and recycle gently used shoes to Soles4Souls to outfit people in poverty-stricken areas both domestically and internationally. I received the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education Student Leadership Award for my diplomacy, ability to work with others, willingness to take on challenges, and ability to honor commitments (2018). I am an active member of Lions Heart, a community service based group, where I have earned both the Bronze and Gold President’s Volunteer Service Award for 50 and 100+ hours of service respectively (2017, 2018). I have also been a Peer Mediator for 3 years. Athletically, I am a member of the GMS Rowing Club. Learning to row has taught me perseverance, hard work, and teamwork. I strive to use my knowledge and skills to work collaboratively with my team and our business partner. I am honored to work with the International Business Internship Program and to participate in the International Leadership and Business Summit in order to provide creative solutions to our Nigerian partners
Our Business Partner: Shifa Royal Hospital
Business Owner: Zubairu Abubakar Madaki
Business Location: Bauchi, Bauchi State, Nigeria
Story of the Business
The hospital’s Administrative Department manages clinical and administrative functionalities within the hospital towards ensuring that the hospital constantly delivers top quality service while remaining financially viable.
The Nursing Department is saddled with the responsibilities of overseeing all nursing activities in the hospital, which includes both Nursing and Midwifery.
The Laboratory Department performs a wide variety of tests using available technology. Those working in the lab analyze common tests such as malaria, viral infections, glucose, cholesterol, liver and heart enzymes, thyroid tests, and hormone tests.
The Accounting Department is a multidimensional entity of the hospital that maintains and monitors the hospitals financial reporting system. The Department provides accurate and timely financial reports to the hospital staff and administration. They are responsible for Accounts Payable, Payroll, and the development of all financial statements and reports.
The Pharmacy Department at the hospital is responsible for all medicines produced and dispensed to outpatients, day patients and inpatients. Pharmacists work as part of the clinical team to dispense medications. They are responsible for ensuring that correct medicines are prescribed, devising and supervising treatment plans for patients and providing information about medicines to staff and patients.
The Medical Records Department at the hospital provides an essential service to the patients and doctors which involves the distribution, storage, security, maintenance, repair and destruction of medical records in accordance with national guidelines. The library holds all patient records and is a ‘closed’ library, only accessible to approved staff needing to collect records for patient attendances, including clinics and planned and emergency admissions.
The Procurement Department provides a purchasing and supplies service across the Hospital and acts as a procurement agent for medical staff.
The Procurement Department’s Issues:
Support researching grants and companies that help supply medical supplies to rural communities in Nigeria.
Finding medical alternatives to collecting medications and drugs.
The Internal Audits Department strives to uses their technical knowledge and advisory recommendations to help groups manage operations more efficiently.
The Internal Audit Department’s Issues:
Developing a way for the department to identify strengths and weaknesses in processes quickly and make practical recommendations, which can save the hospital time and money on a variety of matters, including compliance and expenditure controls, patient billing and collections, system development and implementation, organizational structure, as well as information systems audit and controls.
Security staff make sure that hospitals and clinic sites are accessible and safe for patients, visitors and staff. They also protect buildings and valuable equipment. The Security Department that works 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to help make the hospital safe and secure.
The Security Department’s Issues:
Developing an enforceable code of behavior for all patients and visitors.
Developing policies for identification check for everyone entering the hospital.
Providing appropriate training for staff, both initially and periodically to ensure that all minors and safe while in the hospital.
The hospital’s Cleaning Department is responsible for the regular and routine cleaning of all surfaces and maintaining a high level of hygiene in the facility in collaboration with the Infection Control Committee.
The Cleaning Department’s issues:
Classifying the different hospital areas by varying need for cleaning;
Developing policies for appropriate cleaning techniques: procedures, frequency, agents used, etc. for each type of room, from highly contaminated to the most clean and ensuring that these practices are followed.
Providing appropriate training for all departmental staff, both initially and periodically to assess competencies are maintained or when a new technique, product or piece of equipment are introduced;
Establishing methods for the cleaning and disinfection of the patient’s bed, mattress and pillow.
Determining the frequency for the washing/disinfection of privacy curtains, walls, floors and furniture.
Continuing program for staff training. The program should stress personal hygiene, the importance of frequent and careful washing of hands, and cleaning methods (e.g., the sequence of rooms, correct use of equipment, dilution of cleaning chemicals and disinfectants, etc.)
About the Owner: Zubairu Abubakar Madaki
Shifa Royal Hospital Bauchi was established and commission on the 23rd March 2013 by Dr Zubairu Abubakar Madaki.
The hospital has ten (10) bed capacities and it offers services such as outpatient, general surgical, obstetric and gynaecological including family planning, laboratory, pharmaceutical services among others. It is recently accredited as one of the health care providers by the National Health Insurance Scheme.
The hospital has ten (10) bed capacities and it offers services such as outpatient, general surgical, obstetric and gynaecological including family planning, laboratory, pharmaceutical services among others. It is recently accredited as one of the health care providers by the National Health Insurance Scheme. of Bauchi populace and its environs irrespective of age, sex, race, tribe, religion, ethnic background, and social status.
To be one of the leading healthcare facility in Bauchi and its environs through the provision of friendly and affordable healthcare services.