The Committee of the Advisory Board is responsible for defining the basic guidelines for the activities of medical and hospital care, research, cooperation with the teaching of FMRP-USP, University of São Paulo, and the provision of medical and hospital services to the community by the HCFMRP-USP, in addition to other responsibilities described on the Institutional Regulation.
The Planning Committee is responsible for proposing the basic guidance of the planning of the activities of the HCFMRP-USP, in addition to other responsibilities provided in the Institutional Regulation.
The Research Committee of the HCFMRP-USP, related to the Clinical Board of the HCFMRP-USP, advises the centers of the institution on the establishment and coordination of research policy, establishes standards for the research implementation within the Institution that will come into force after the approval of the Advisory Board, and monitors the compliance with these rules.
The REC analyzes and ethically approves a research project that involves human beings, inside or outside the General Hospital of FMRP-USP.
It has supervisory and educational functions for the ethical performance of medicine in its area of coverage.
It has educational, supervisory and advisory functions of the ethical professional practice of Nursing at the HCFMRP-USP.
The COREME supervises along with the preceptors, the activities of the Medical Residency at the HCFMRP-USP; it also provides the guidelines regarding the selection of new residents and evaluates the accreditation of new programs and renewal of the existing ones.
The COPAP monitors, together with the supervisors and collaborators, the operation of the non-medical professional improvement programs in the Institution; it also provides the guidelines regarding the selection of the candidates and assures the accreditation of new programs and renewal of existing ones.
It integrates the research policies of FMRP-USP and HCFMRP-USP and monitors the development of institutional research programs, as well as other responsibilities provided in its Regulations.
It advises the Hospital Management on the elaboration of guidelines for the selection, standardization, acquisition, distribution and use of drugs, and pharmaceutical supplies in the HCFMRP-USP Complex.
It annually defines the improvement goals and their strategies, always seeking quality along with the Permanent Education, thus developing technical and scientific activities, to support the knowledge relevant to the Institution.
It advises the Superintendence and offers technical support to the planning of incorporation, maintenance and shut-down of technologies in equipment and consumables, considering the general guidelines of management indicated by the Hospital.
The Permanent Processing Committee is responsible for carrying out the investigation and conclusion of an administrative process related the HCFMRP-USP employees, who perform acts foreseen in article 482 of the Labor Relations Code – CLT, after forwarding to the Superintendent or the head of office.
The Bidding Process Committee shall judge the preliminary qualification, the registration, amendment, cancellation, and the bidding process.
The purpose of the General Hospital of FMRP-USP regarding the rational use of these drugs for anti-infective therapy and prophylaxis. For this purpose, it continuously analyzes the qualitative and quantitative use of antimicrobials, establishing protocols and organizing a list of antimicrobials of special and controlled use. It also evaluates the adequacy of the prescriptions of these drugs and provides advices
It organizes, within the health center, the organ donation protocol, creating routines to offer the relatives of deceased patients the possibility of donating corneas and other tissues and it is connected with the teams in charge of the brain death verification, to ensure that the process is prompt and efficient, within strict ethical standards.
It advises the HCFMRP-USP Higher Administration in the elaboration of treatment protocols, organization of outpatient and hospital care, implementation of diagnostic procedures and in the monitoring of treatment and in the hospital registry of cancer.
It monitors and promotes the quality in hemotherapy practice, thus promoting continuing education, aiming at the improvement of the transfusion practice; it also selects, monitors and discloses quality indicators in transfusion.
Its main purpose is to standardize care practices and support activities regarding the prevention and control of hospital infections, making the Hospital safer for the patients, employees and visitors.
It creates strategies to reduce maternal mortality rates from preventable and probably preventable causes, discusses cases of maternal death at the Institution, and promotes continuing professional education to improve care.
Its objective is the prevention of work-related accidents and diseases, in order to make life-long work and the promotion of workers’ health compatible.
It adopts measures aiming at the Indication and Prescription of Nutrition Therapy. It also plays an advisory and educational role.
It establishes protocols for the evaluation of the risk of venous thromboembolism of patients hospitalized at the HCFMRP-USP campus and Emergency Unit care; it also establishes protocols and ensures the suitable use of measures and medications in these Institutions, with a prophylactic purpose, aiming at clinical efficacy and minimizing the onset of thromboembolic complications.
It systematic reviews the radiation protection program to ensure that equipment is used and procedures are performed in compliance with current radiation protection regulations and recommends appropriate measures to ensure the safe use of radiation-emitting device in the Institution.
It acts as interlocutor of the State Public Archives Unit, of the Civil House, through its Department of Management of the Archives System of the State of São Paulo.
Its main purpose is to standardize the assistance practices and support activities, regarding the prevention of accidents with sharps with biological risk.
It establishes systems for the detection, reporting and analysis of wound patients; it also establishes the management in an integrated multiprofessional and multidisciplinary way; it also promotes the participation of the different professionals, users and their families in the formulation and implementation of programs of prevention and treatment of wounds.
It defines with the CME the products for health that can be processed in the institution or that should be sent to outsourced services.
It promotes discussion and exchange of experiences of the institution’s daily life in order to encourage, formulate, implement and monitor plans of action in humanization.
It advises the coordination of the programs in the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the theoretical, theoretical-practical actions and practices related to the program’s development, proposing adjustments and changes when necessary, promoting the institutionalization of new management processes, care and training in health.
It establishes the Programa Hospital Amigo do Idoso of the General Hospital of the Medical School of Ribeirão Preto – USP in agreement with the Health Department of the State of São Paulo.