Departments & Services
Dr. Vito L. Tanzi
Financial Vice President
Mrs. Leila Jammal
Mr. Khalil Singer ext. 1984
Mrs. Oumama Henaneh ext. 1985
Mrs. Randa Kobrosly ext. 1988
Hammoud Hospital UMC is an equal opportunity employer fostering diversity in the workplace. We thank you for your interest in a career at Hammoud Hospital UMC.
How to Apply
Please see the list of Vacancies Below. Resumes and questions regarding employment opportunities may be emailed Hammoud Hospital, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Recruitment Process
When you apply for a position through our website, your resume will be routed to the Human Resourses department or the hiring manager. Your skills and experience will then be measured against the job requirements. If we identify an opportunity matching your background and experience, we will contact you.
Due to the volume of e-mail we receive, we may not be able to respond to you individually on the status of your resume. However, all online resumes that we receive will generate an automatic e-mail confirmation, confirming that your resume has been received. After you receive the automatic e-mail confirmation, no further action is required from your side.
(Please email email@example.com)
Patients and their families or representatives are encouraged share a compliment, concern or complaint to the quality department located on the ground level or call (Ext 1923). The hospital administration provides:
- In each nursing ward a Customer Satisfaction Form
- In all departments and main lobby “Your Opinion Matters Form”
Patient Rights and Responsibilities
It is the goal of HHUMC to give you the care that is right for your illness and to help you to get well as soon as possible. We are committed to maintaining the rights, dignity and well-being of all patients.
The following is a summary of your rights. After that there is a list of steps that you must do (your responsibilities) to help us give you the best care while you are in the hospital. Thank you for taking the time to read this Patient Bill of Rights.
These are your Rights:
- You have the right to be treated in a caring and polite way.
- You have a right to know all the facts we have about your illness, treatments and possible outcomes. Your doctor or other health care giver will give these facts to you.
- You have the right to know the name and specialty of the doctor responsible for your care.
- You have the right to say yes to treatment.
- You also have the right to say no or refuse treatment.
- You have the right to be examined in private by your doctor or other health care giver, and you have the right to talk to your doctor in private.
- You have the right to look at your medical records and get a copy.
- You have the right to take part in a research study if you are asked.
- You also have the right to say no if you do not want to take part.
- You have the right to expect evaluation and treatment of pain.
- You have the right to expect that we will try to get back to you as quickly as possible when you ask us to do something.
These are your Responsibilities:
- Be honest with us and tell us all you know about your present illness, including other times you have been in the hospital, your health history, your current symptoms and anything else you know about your health that would help us treat you.
- Tell us the medicines you are taking, including the strength and how often you take them. Include over the counter medications, dietary supplements and herbal products you take and/or alternative medicines or treatments that you receive. Talk about any allergies or reactions you have had to any medications.
- Follow the treatment plan recommended by the practitioner primarily responsible for your care.
- Ask your doctor or nurse when and how you will get the results of tests and procedures.
- Tell us if you do not understand what our staff is saying to you or if you do not understand what they are telling you to do; also please tell us if you think you will not be able to do what is asked of you during your care.
- Make sure you understand what will happen if you need surgery. Tell the surgeon, anesthesiologist and nurses if you have allergies or ever had a bad reaction to anesthesia.
- Make sure that you, the practitioner primarily responsible for your care and your surgeon all agree on exactly what will be done during the operation.
- Accept the responsibility for your actions if you refuse treatment or do not follow your practitioner’s instructions.
- Report unexpected changes in your condition to your doctor, nurse or other caregiver.
- Be considerate of the rights of other patients and hospital personnel and assist in the control of noise and the number of visitors.
- Follow hospital rules and regulations affecting patient care and conduct; including the No Smoking policy.
- Respect the property of others and of the hospital.
- Give the hospital all of the information they will need about the payment of your medical care.
- Ask questions if you do not understand instructions given to you at discharge about the treatment plan that you will use at home, including the medications that you will take and the activities that you can do.
Rights of Parents and Guardians of Pediatric Patients:
- Parents and guardians have the right and responsibility to participate in the treatment process.
- The treatment process includes planning the course of treatment, remaining informed of the progress of treatment, and physically participating in the delivery of certain types of care and treatment.
Responsibilities of Parents and Guardians of Pediatric Patients:
- Parents have the responsibility to ensure that their child follows the agreed upon course of treatment.