This study aimed to identify the factors influencing the success of day surgery at Prince Sultan Military Medical City (PSMMC) in Riyadh. The study aimed to identify the effect of (administrative procedures – surgical preparations – medical staff – laboratory and ray equipment, and medical care) on the success of day surgery at Prince Sultan Military Medical City (PSMMC). In order to achieve these goals, the researcher used the descriptive analytical approach and used the questionnaire instrument in order to collect the data from the research sample. Population of the study comprised all the medical staff at PSMMC in Riyadh. The researcher distributed (175) questionnaires on the research sample and (161) questionnaires were put for study. The study concluded that the research sample estimated the administrative procedures with a mean score (3.78), the research sample estimated the surgical preparations with a mean score (3.22), the research sample estimated the medical staff with a mean score (3.41), the research sample estimated the laboratory and ray equipment with a mean score (3.53) the research sample estimated the medical care with a mean score (3.66), and the research sample estimated the success of day cases with a mean score (3.67). Also, the findings showed that there is a co relational relationship between the independent variables and the dependent variable. The study recommended the need to benefit from the international standards in day surgery units management to ensure the quality of the health service. The study also recommended establishing a department for the quality and development of day surgery to develop the equipment in day surgery units and to modernize the technological systems that contribute to the provision of high quality care service.
Mohanned Khaled Almarzook*, Saleh Lafi Alshammari and Fahad Nasser Alhaqbani