@mjsanish, maybe I was not clear enough
- Ward can have beds without rooms
- Wards can have rooms and rooms can have beds. (this is currently not there, new feature)
There are many hospitals (especially in rural), where they don’t have rooms within a ward. like a General ward, Paediatrics ward etc. They are grouped under “General Medicine” or “Paediatrics” locations, tagged as “departments”. Sometimes, they do want further classification like “general ward male”, “general ward female” etc. But they just create a new ward with the right name.
In city hospitals, its common to see rooms within wards, in addition to a “dorm” like ward. So for this, you may have the 3rd level hierarchy. Although, in the implementations we have made in the past, we just named it “Room 1” and put them under “Paediatrics” location, tagged as a “department”.
We must support 1 in any case.
If you are forcing the 3 levels, then it will break or force many to change they operate and also in migration.