The SWOT analysis of the St. Paul’s Hospital is provided in the following points which are as follows:
Strong brand name and the widespread facilities that are provided in the form of operations.
Known for the best treatment of the mental health care and counselling services.
Selling its products and the services in the national regions (Du Plessis, Strydom & Jooste, 2012).
Negative publicity of the rivalries.
Delaying in the services.
Inappropriate internal conduct within the staffs.
Improvement in the products and the services.
The increment of the more geological reach with providing more distribution outlets.
It consists of the expansion of the business outside the national region.
Technological capabilities of the competitors (Sheehan, 2011).
Inappropriate FDA warnings over the product portfolio.
Competition at the national level.
The St. Paul’s Hospital is becoming a new threat to the healthcare industry which can be easily defined by the quality of the services provided to the people in the British Columbia. The enhancement of the hospital business with the entering into the old age home businesses can be easily conducted by showing the growth for over the next five years. The growth will be depicted to be stagnant for the next five years and the development of the matrix in the form of the cash cow can be easily represented (Etzel, Walker & Stanton, 2007). The cash is generated by the cash cow which is used for the development of the hospitals with the new sectors that are going to be included in the hospital. It would be even better in the services if the St. Paul’s Hospital would invest in the star. Being a new player in the healthcare industry, the dog consists of no place in the portfolio. This is the analysis of the BCG which is made for the St. Paul’s Hospital.