Introduction of Emergency
Established in 1951, Emergency Department is committed to rescuing emergency patients, critical and severe patients of obstetrics and gynecology, and it also provides one-stop emergency medical service without transfer. There are 8 observation beds and 2 rescue beds and emergency operating rooms. The emergency department undertakes a large number of critical maternal treatments each year, and receives 40000 emergency visits per year, including 300-500 critical patients. Emergency department attaches importance to the training of professional emergency medical staff, and our medical team consists of highly skilled clinical professionals, each of whom has at least 3 years clinical experience
2.Treatment & Service
Emergency department open all year, including the “green channel”. Doctors rotate twice a day; nurses rotate 3 times a day. The division of labor in the emergency department is clear and the system works well. With high sense of responsibility and compassion for emergency patients, we provide timely and accurate treatment, observation for patients.
3.The Milestone of Expertise
We establish comprehensive preview and triage system of gynecology and obstetrics to help medical staff to judge and classify the diagnosis and treatment. Once critically ill patients are admitted, medical staff can use the system to make an accurate judge on patients’ conditions and provide corresponding treatments.
4.Education & Training
Emergency department offers training, internship programs with detailed learning and assessment process. First aid training and CPR training are conducted regularly.
The research focuses on gynecological emergency and obstetric emergency. We conduct many provincial and departmental level scientific research projects, and have published many high level papers in authoritative magazines at home and abroad. The emergency team participates in establishment of the preview and triage system for gynecology and obstetrics, and undertakes the task of formulating the national project team’s pre-screening diagnostic criteria.