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(Seoul = Larose.VIP) Reporter Kim Ki-hoon = During the collective action period of the medical community, the city of Seoul provided information on 73 hospitals and clinics that provide night-time and holiday treatment so that emergency patients can receive prompt treatment in the emergency room and mild or non-emergency patients can use nearby hospitals and clinics. It was introduced on the 21st that it is providing guidance.

Detailed information on the 73 hospitals and clinics available for night-time and holiday treatment can be found on the Seoul Metropolitan Government website (www.seoul.go.kr), the emergency medical portal (www.e-gen.or.kr), and the mobile app Emergency Medical Information Service (e-gen). You can check it.

You can also contact 120 Dasan Call Center and 119 (Emergency Management Center).

‘Hospitals that open their doors to the neighborhood’ can be checked in the same way. Starting on the 23rd, we plan to additionally update information on hospitals and clinics that are open in the neighborhood.

The city also plans to check the operation status and status of each hospital and share it closely with the 119 emergency services to provide maximum support for smooth hospital transfer in the event of an emergency.

In particular, we plan to continuously check to ensure that emergency patients can receive priority treatment at large hospitals such as regional emergency medical centers.

Kim Tae-hee, director of the Seoul Metropolitan Government’s Civil Health Bureau, said, “If the collective action in the medical community continues for a long time, the burden on emergency room operations may increase, so mild and non-emergency patients should use nearby hospitals and clinics that provide night care.”

kihun@yna.co.kr

Report to KakaoTalk okjebo 2024/02/21 16:25 Sent

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