There is a definite link between employee attitudes and patient satisfaction. If employees are unhappy or dissatisfied, despite their best efforts; it is difficult for them to conceal this factor when interacting with patients and other staff members. One of the primary reasons for evaluating employee satisfaction is to identify problems and try to resolve them before they impact on patient care and treatment. Improving the quality of patient care in hospitals is a vital and necessary activity. Patients report they receive less individual attention than ever before. They complain that doctors and nurses are too busy tending to the technical aspects of care to provide the much needed attention to patients’ personal needs. Not only is it important in terms of quality of patient care, assessing employee satisfaction is a critical component in retaining qualified health professionals. Many health care providers feel frustrated and disillusioned in jobs they expected to find fulfilling. They have less time to do a quality job of caring for patients; This leads to low morale, staff turnover, and overall disenchantment with job opportunities in health care.