Background: Organizational culture within a hospital can have a significant impact towards the interaction patterns and behaviors of how the doctors deal with patients. What aspects from the culture could result in excessive pressure, and burnout? Objective: To detect burnout within the board of the medical departments in RSCM and its organizational culture, with all factors included. Methods: Descriptive study for evaluating burnout and organizational culture using MBI and OCAI. A total of 105 respondents were included in this study. Influence of organizational culture on the occurrence of burnout was analyzed by bivariate and multivariate. Results: It was 64.76% of respondents have a high risk of burnout, while 35.24% have lower risk. Factors contributing to the risk of burnout are gender, number of employees within working area, time allocated for research, and employee status. RSCM culture profile was market culture. Burnouts were significantly correlated with market culture. The future culture expected by the organization’s members is the clan culture. Conclusion: Burnout prevalence within the board of the medical department in RSCM was quite high and was significantly correlated with organizational culture, with gender, number of personnel, employee status and research burden, being determinant factors.
- Organizational culture