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Emergency Services

Emergency Visit Procedures and Notes
Triage-->registration-->physician evaluation and treatment-->check-out-->discharge or admission.
  • Please present your National Health Insurance (NHI) IC Card to the triage station (please present your National Citizenship ID if your NHI IC Card is not available).
  • Our triage staff will briefly inquire about your condition.
  • You will be provided with an ID bracelet and your NHI IC Card returned to you; please proceed to registration.
Registration Please present your NHI IC Card at the registration counter; your National Citizenship ID is also required if there is no photo on your NHI IC Card. For patients without an NHI IC Card, up-front payment of the full emergency visit fee is required; the fee is refundable if you present your NHI IC Card and the original receipt within 10 working days. First-time visitors must also complete a basic information form. Once your registration is completed, please await physician evaluation in the waiting area.
Emergency Room Visits
  • Smoking and betel nut consumption are prohibited on hospital grounds.
  • Please keep your voices low while awaiting your consultation.
  • Please limit the number of companions to 1-2 per patient to maintain adequate space and a comfortable environment.
  • Our nursing staff will arrange the necessary tests and treatment as soon as possible after physician evaluation.
  • If a specialty consult is necessary, our staff will contact said specialty as soon as possible.
  • ATMs, drinking fountains, mask dispensers and payphones are available in the waiting area by the emergency room lobby.
  • Please contact our staff if you require vomit bags, portable IV stands, wheelchairs, or bedpans.
  • If your condition requires hospitalization, our staff will direct you to the cashier after the arrangements have been made.
  • Please do not leave the emergency room during your visit. If you cannot stay until your evaluation and treatment is completed, please fill out a Discharge Against Medical Advice form, and our staff will direct you through the discharge procedures.
  • Due to limited bed numbers, we may not be able to admit all patients promptly; please notify our staff if you require transfer to another hospital, and we will make the necessary arrangements.
  • Emergency visit fees (NHI IC Card holders): registration Fee NTD 200, copayment NTD 150, total amount NTD 350.
  • Upon discharge, our staff will provide instructions regarding your condition. Please contact us at (03)5943248 ext.1190 if you have any questions after discharge. Please return to the emergency room as soon as possible if your condition worsens or does not improve.
  • For NHI IC Card holders who paid up front, a refund can applied for if you present your NHI IC Card and receipt at the emergency room cashier within 10 working days of your visit (24 hours/day).
  • To apply for a medical certificate, please inform your physician during your ER visit. The staff at the cashier will confirm your personal information in accordance with your passport or other ID documents; the certificate will be issued once payment is completed.
Emergency Room Observation
  • For safety reasons, please do not charge your mobile phone from the medical panel.
  • Keep your valuable belongings with you (e.g., mobile phone, wallet, laptop…) to prevent loss or theft.
  • One blanket is provided per patient; please inquire our nursing staff if additional blankets are needed.
  • Wheelchairs are available opposite the triage station, and potty chairs are available in the waste disposal room; please return after use.
  • No meal service is provided in the emergency room. Please separate and dispose of your garbage in the waste disposal room after meals to maintain a tidy environment.
  • If you need to hire a caregiver, please contact the nursing stage to receive a list of our contracted legal agencies.
  • Once you have been cleared for admission or discharge, please bring your bill and NHI IC Card to the cashier; if a family member is conducting the above procedures in your stead, his or her ID or driving license is also required.
  • Please complete the admission consent form; the ID of the individual providing consent must be provided.
  • If the necessary ID is not on hand, it must be provided to the ward nursing station within 3 days of admission.
  • If you do not possess an eligible NHI IC Card, you will be expected to pay your hospitalization and treatment costs in full. If you acquire an NHI IC Card during your stay, please present it to the admission counter in the hospital lobby to change your coverage status.

Data Maintainer:Emergency Room   Updated:2022-04-14
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