To better meet the medical needs of different patients
From October 31st
The Second Affiliated Hospital of Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
“Night outpatient clinic” reopens
Shifting the peak for medical treatment
Provide better and more convenient diagnosis and treatment services for the common people
At the same time, from November 7th
Hospital online appointment registration system fully restored
1. Opening hours of “Night Clinic”
Monday to Friday 18:00-21:00, excluding holidays.
2. Reservation registration method
3. Consultation requirements
Patients and their escorts need to wear masks throughout the whole process and cooperate with temperature detection, epidemiological history inquiries, scanning the Guizhou health code, itinerary code, venue code, and provide a negative nucleic acid test certificate within 48 hours (Guizhou nucleic acid information collection platform query or paper report can be ); more than 48 hours and less than 72 hours, can enter the hospital after adding a valid antigen test negative certificate; if the nucleic acid negative certificate exceeds 72 hours, they cannot enter the hospital without emergency. Elderly people or children without mobile phones, please take the initiative to cooperate with the registration of personal information.
If your health code is “red code” or “yellow code”; or in a medium and high-risk area; there is overlap or suspicious overlap between yourself or your family members and the trajectories of patients diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia; if you receive a community/disease control call or text message notification, you need to do nucleic acid For patients who are tested, please suspend their admission to the hospital if it is not an emergency.
If you have fever (body temperature greater than 37.3℃ ) or epidemiological history, please inform the medical staff of the pre-screening triage office to take you to the fever clinic.
Source/The Second Affiliated Hospital of Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Editor / Liu Ting Editor / Yang Qingqing Review / Zeng Xin Final Review / Qiu Xi