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Hospital Management System in C++

  • Difficulty Level : Easy
  • Last Updated : 18 Jan, 2021
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In this article, a C++ program is discussed to manage the Hospital Management System. Given data of Hospitals with the name of hospital, contact and doctors and patients below are the functionalities that needed to be implemented:

Functions Supported:

  • Print Hospital DATA
  • Print Patients data
  • SORT BY Beds Price
  • SORT BY Available Beds
  • SORT BY NAME
  • SORT BY Rating and reviews
  • Print hospital of any specific city

The important functions in the program:

  1.  PrintHospitalData() : It will print all the hospitals data.
  2.  PrintPatientData() : It will print all the hospitals data.
  3. SortHospitalByName(): Sort all the hospitals from name
  4. SortHospitalByRating(): Sort hospitals according to rating
  5. SortByBedsAvailable() : Sort hospitals according to beds available
  6. SortByBedsPrice(): Sort hospitals according to the minimum price.

Approach:

  • Create classes for both the Hospital dataset and Patient data.
  • Initialize variables that store Hospital dataset and Patient data.
  • Create Objects for hospitals and Patient classes that access the Hospital dataset and Patient data.
  • use two arrays that hold the Hospital dataset and Patient data.
  • Implement the given functionality as shown below.

Below is the implementation of the above approach.



C++




// C++ program to implement the Hospital
// Management System
#include <bits/stdc++.h>
using namespace std;
  
// Store the data of Hospital
class Hospital {
public:
    string H_name;
    string location;
    int available_beds;
    float rating;
    string contact;
    string doctor_name;
    int price;
};
  
// Stores the data of Patient
class Patient : public Hospital {
public:
    string P_name;
    int P_id;
};
  
// Hospital Data
void PrintHospitalData(
    vector<Hospital>& hospitals)
{
    cout << "PRINT hospitals DATA:"
         << endl;
  
    cout << "HospitalName     "
         << "Location     "
         << "Beds_Available     "
         << "Rating     "
         << "Hospital_Contact     "
         << "Doctor_Name     "
         << "Price_Per_Bed     \n";
  
    for (int i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
        cout << hospitals[i].H_name
             << "                 "
             << "        "
             << hospitals[i].location
             << "           "
             << hospitals[i].available_beds
             << "                    "
             << hospitals[i].rating
             << "            "
             << hospitals[i].contact
             << "             "
             << hospitals[i].doctor_name
             << "                  "
             << "        "
             << hospitals[i].price
             << "            "
             << endl;
    }
  
    cout << endl
         << endl;
}
  
// Function to print the patient
// data in the hospital
void PrintPatientData(
    vector<Patient>& patients,
    vector<Hospital>& hospitals)
{
    cout << "PRINT patients DATA:"
         << endl;
    cout << "Patient_Name     "
         << "Patient_Id     "
         << "Patient_Contact     "
         << "Alloted_Hospital     "
         << "Patient_Expenditure     \n";
  
    for (int i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
        cout << patients[i].P_name
             << "                "
             << "          "
             << patients[i].P_id
             << "              "
             << "          "
             << patients[i].contact
             << "                   "
             << hospitals[i].H_name
             << "                   "
             << patients[i].price
             << "            "
             << endl;
    }
  
    cout << endl
         << endl;
}
  
// Comparator function to sort the
// hospital data by name
bool name(Hospital& A, Hospital& B)
{
    return A.H_name > B.H_name;
}
  
// Function to sort the hospital
// data by name
void SortHospitalByName(
    vector<Hospital> hospitals)
{
    // Sort the date
    sort(hospitals.begin(),
         hospitals.end(),
         name);
  
    cout << "SORT BY NAME:"
         << endl
         << endl;
    PrintHospitalData(hospitals);
}
  
// Comparator function to sort the
// hospital data by rating
bool rating(Hospital& A, Hospital& B)
{
    return A.rating > B.rating;
}
  
// Function to sort the hospital
// data by namerating
void SortHospitalByRating(vector<Hospital> hospitals)
{
    sort(hospitals.begin(),
         hospitals.end(),
         rating);
  
    cout << "SORT BY Rating:"
         << endl
         << endl;
  
    PrintHospitalData(hospitals);
}
  
// Comparator function to sort the
// hospital data by Bed Available
bool beds(Hospital& A, Hospital& B)
{
    return A.available_beds > B.available_beds;
}
  
// Function to sort the hospital
// data by Bed Available
void SortByBedsAvailable(
    vector<Hospital> hospitals)
{
    sort(hospitals.begin(),
         hospitals.end(),
         beds);
  
    cout << "SORT BY Available Beds:"
         << endl
         << endl;
  
    PrintHospitalData(hospitals);
}
  
// Comparator function to sort the
// hospital data by Bed Price
bool beds_price(Hospital& A, Hospital& B)
{
    return A.price < B.price;
}
  
// Function to sort the hospital
// data by Bed Price
void SortByBedsPrice(
    vector<Hospital> hospitals)
{
    sort(hospitals.begin(),
         hospitals.end(),
         beds_price);
  
    cout << "SORT BY Available Beds Price:"
         << endl
         << endl;
  
    PrintHospitalData(hospitals);
}
  
// Comparator function to sort the
// hospital data by City
void PrintHospitalBycity(
    string city, vector<Hospital> hospitals)
{
    cout << "PRINT hospitals by Name :"
         << city << endl;
  
    cout << "HospitalName     "
         << "Location     "
         << "Beds_Available     "
         << "Rating     "
         << "Hospital_Contact     "
         << "Doctor_Name     "
         << "Price_Per_Bed     \n";
  
    for (int i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
  
        if (hospitals[i].location != city)
            continue;
        cout << hospitals[i].H_name
             << "                  "
             << "       "
             << hospitals[i].location
             << "           "
             << hospitals[i].available_beds
             << "                    "
             << hospitals[i].rating
             << "            "
             << hospitals[i].contact
             << "             "
             << hospitals[i].doctor_name
             << "                "
             << "          "
             << hospitals[i].price
             << "            "
             << endl;
    }
    cout << endl
         << endl;
}
  
// Function to implement Hospital
// Management System
void HospitalManagement(
    string patient_Name[], int patient_Id[],
    string patient_Contact[], int bookingCost[],
    string hospital_Name[], string locations[], int beds[],
    float ratings[], string hospital_Contact[],
    string doctor_Name[], int prices[])
{
    // Stores the Hospital data
    // and user data
    vector<Hospital> hospitals;
  
    // Create Objects for hospital
    // and the users
    Hospital h;
  
    // Initialize the data
    for (int i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
        h.H_name = hospital_Name[i];
        h.location = locations[i];
        h.available_beds = beds[i];
        h.rating = ratings[i];
        h.contact = hospital_Contact[i];
        h.doctor_name = doctor_Name[i];
        h.price = prices[i];
        hospitals.push_back(h);
    }
  
    // Stores the patient data
    vector<Patient> patients;
    Patient p;
  
    // Initialize the data
    for (int i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
        p.P_name = patient_Name[i];
        p.P_id = patient_Id[i];
        p.contact = patient_Contact[i];
        p.price = bookingCost[i];
        patients.push_back(p);
    }
  
    cout << endl;
  
    // Call the various operations
    PrintHospitalData(hospitals);
    PrintPatientData(patients, hospitals);
  
    SortHospitalByName(hospitals);
    SortHospitalByRating(hospitals);
    PrintHospitalBycity("Bangalore", hospitals);
    SortByBedsAvailable(hospitals);
    SortByBedsPrice(hospitals);
}
  
// Driver Code
int main()
{
    // Stores hospital data and
    // the user data
    string patient_Name[] = { "P1", "P2", "P3", "P4" };
    int patient_Id[] = { 2, 3, 4, 1 };
    string patient_Contact[]
        = { "234534XXX7", "234576XXX2", "857465XXX9",
            "567657XXX0" };
    int bookingCost[] = { 1000, 1200, 1100, 600 };
  
    string hospital_Name[] = { "H1", "H2", "H4", "H3" };
    string locations[] = { "Bangalore", "Bangalore",
                           "Mumbai   ", "Prayagraj" };
    int beds[] = { 4, 5, 6, 9 };
    float ratings[] = { 5.2, 4.1, 3.4, 5.9 };
    string hospital_Contact[]
        = { "657534XXX7", "298766XXX2", "324565XXX9",
            "343456XXX4" };
    string doctor_Name[] = { "D1", "D4", "D3", "D2" };
    int prices[] = { 100, 200, 100, 290 };
  
    // Function Call
    HospitalManagement(
        patient_Name, patient_Id, patient_Contact,
        bookingCost, hospital_Name, locations, beds,
        ratings, hospital_Contact, doctor_Name, prices);
  
    return 0;
}

Output: 

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