Directory of Hospital Personnel Review

“This directory would be useful for finding hospitals in an area one might be moving to in the future, finding an equivalent staff person in the same size hospital for networking, or for marketing and sales purposes.”

“Overall, this is a useful guide to hospitals by state and city and includes information that would be helpful to physicians, nurses, insurance companies, referring agencies, and to the general public. This directory is intended primarily for hospital libraries but would also be appropriate for public and academic libraries, community health centers, and individual medical practices.”

“This comprehensive reference work profiles…hospitals in the US, including…key hospital personnel. It provides three indexes…The “Key Personnel” section lists up to 70 employees per hospital, usually in departments considered most important by patients. The “Directory” (also available in a customized database format) lists hospitals fist by state, then alphabetically by city, finally by hospital name. Entries contain data about certification, specialty, statistics, type, educational and purchasing affiliations, and insurance plans, and give e-mail and web site addresses. The “User Guide” and “User Key” give straightforward directions on how to read and interpret the directories. Summing Up: Recommended. Health Science Center and Medical Libraries.”
– Choice

“This newly revised directory, now listing new organizations, mergers, and acquisitions in the fickle health industry, profiles…hospitals and includes…key decision makers…Organized first by state and then alphabetically by city and hospital name, the listings provide names and titles of personnel, arranged first by top administrators, then alphabetically by title… as user-friendly and thorough as personnel directories get.”
– Library Journal

“It is recommended for corporations interested in marketing their products (corporate libraries), organizations interested in networking (including hospitals, medical centers, and nonprofit organizations), clinicians seeking patient referrals, and job-seekers(large public libraries).”