This paper presents a comprehensive evaluation of the relative efficiency of healthcare organizations in Thi Qar Province by considering their inputs and outputs. The study employs the CCR model, developed by Charnes, Cooper, and Rhodes, to provide insights into organizational performance. The assessment of seven hospitals reveals varying levels of efficiency among them. Four hospitals achieved a remarkable relative efficiency of 100%, indicating their optimal utilization of resources to achieve the desired outcomes. Conversely, the remaining four hospitals exhibited lower efficiencies, ranging from 59% to 79%. The study emphasizes the potential for the improvement in the inefficient hospitals' performance. By reducing inputs, such as optimizing resource allocation and minimizing wastage, these organizations can enhance their efficiency levels and overall effectiveness. Furthermore, the findings suggest that the underperforming hospitals can learn from the reference units that have achieved full efficiency. Analyzing the practices and strategies implemented by the highly efficient hospitals can serve as benchmarks for the inefficient units, enabling them to adopt similar approaches and improve their own efficiency.