We are dedicated to providing services to emergency patients with critical conditions and acute illness From birth to 15 years of age, critically ill means a person who has been injured or has a sudden illness who have life-threatening conditions such as unconsciousness, not breathing, rapid breathing, severe breathlessness, severe chest pain, drowsiness, cold sweat, seizures, weakness in limbs, slurred speech or have other symptoms affecting breathing, circulatory and brain systems that may be life-threatening. We work with pediatricians specializing in various fields including:
– Neuro and Nervous System
– General surgery and Neuro surgery
– Orthopedic surgery
– Cardiovascular disease
– EENT (eyes, ears, nose, throat)
– Radiation, etc.
Assessment of urgency for medical examination
Level 1 (red) critically ill patients: See a doctor immediately.
Level 2 (Yellow) Very emergency: Patient treated within 15 minutes. Grade 3 (Green) Illness is acute not urgent: Get treatment within 15-45 minutes.
Level 4 (White) Non-emergency: Patients received care after treated of Level 1, 2 and 3 patients were completed.
In case of severe communicable disease patients: visit the isolation room.
Please inform our staff if you need to get a medical certificate