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Hospital Project Report

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Abstract

This report contains detailed overview of Life Vision Naturopathic Hospital Project to be established in London, England. The hospital is aimed to facilitate the people of London by providing them the natural treatment. Naturopathic is efficient to those patients who are suffering from ulcerative colitis, asthma, menopause, flu, obesity and chronic fatigue treatments. The natural process of treatment is gaining popularity all over the world because of its safe and effective healing. This system is very less common in American and European countries. The data shows that there are approximately'2.2-2.5 naturopathic physicians per 100,000 people in the United States today. The ...view middle of the document...

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1. Introduction
The rapid development in people’s lifestyle and their eating habits is the major cause of their poor health condition. They have forgotten to care about their fitness. Also, people habit of running after money is the major cause of the mental tensions. They seem to be much busy even being not conscious about their dietary habits. The increasing habits of eating a lot of non- vegetarian food containing high protein, the massive use of alcohol and nicotine are the main causes of increase in health related problems. This has caused the stress-related illness and the dietary illness. Large number of people is losing their life in the early fifties even before they are retired from their jobs, though the human body is designed to live for 125 years. This shows the high level of death at the middle of their age. They spend a lot of money for curing the disease through anti-natural treatment (using medicines to treat diseases). Now days, this habit has been changed and people are more focused on natural treatment process. So, the establishment of “Life Vision Naturopathic Hospital” in London is an important approach of getting people healthy naturally and makes them live longer.

The nature has the congenital ability to heal. So, naturopath uses this healing power of nature which do not harm by any means and creates other conditions. Taking into considerations about all the aspects of an individual, it prepares the plan of treatment and may differ from person to person. The physicians act as a teacher as the process empowers one’s health teaching self-care. The major approach depends on preventing the disease rather than cure which removes the toxic substances and situations form the patient’s lifestyle to prevent the onset of the further disease.

The main objective of opening naturopathic hospital is to promote and run the hospitals, centers for healing by the use of effective treatments including traditional medicine, modern medicine, natural medicine and holistic healing with medical assistance, rehabilitation assistance to drug addicted persons.

2. Aims and Objectives
The principal objective to open any hospital is to serve the patient. And the real success is achieved only if the service is able to fulfill the real market demand. This project is aimed to serve the patients without providing them the medicines and drugs which has long term side effects. Using a range of alternative methods of diagnosis, a Naturopath can often successfully pin-point a predisposition in the body, before the onset of acute disease, and treat the patient with specific therapies and changes in the patient’s lifestyle (College of Naturopathy, UK). This statement shows the clear aim of naturopathy treatment. The major objectives of establishing naturopathic hospital are: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ To fulfill the real need of hospital to treat the patients. To open a hospital with different style of treating the patients in...

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