Aim of Study: Hospitals are health institutions encompassing many risk factors within its body. This study has been carried out to identify hazards and risks that may arise during service presentation in health institutions bearing high-risk elements and determine points to improve.
Method of Study: Interview technique has been used as data collection method in the study. In this regard, face-to-face interviews have been performed with 15 managers authorized in Risk Management in a public hospital. Acquired data have been transferred into Risk matrices, thereby obtaining results.
Obtained Results: It has been concluded that sharp object accidents and infection hazard in Operating room, Sterilization and Morgue units are most important (unacceptable risk) risk components.
Second important risk groups have been detected to be medical waste risk of operating room workers, violence risk in Emergency service and intensive care unit, infection in clinics and security workers, violence and transmission risk.
Risk, Risk Management, Risk Analysis