Ultrasound department to work overtime to ensure timely medical treatment
Release time: 2019-07-30 08:39:57
With the continuous improvement of living standards, people's demand for medical services is also increasing. Many people think that the Department of Ultrasound Medicine is a supplementary department, and there should be relatively few patients, but the fact is that whether it is a holiday or a work day, the Department of Ultrasound Medicine is often overcrowded. The overtime work of medical staff in the Department of Ultrasound Medicine of our hospital has become the norm. However, they have never complained and never been dissatisfied. Some are just a patient-centered and wholeheartedly serving patients.
As soon as I go to work early in the morning, the doctors in the department are busy in front of the machine early, and have to check hundreds of patients and pregnant women every day. Every day from 8:00 to 12:00 in the morning and 2:00 to 3:00 in the afternoon is the peak period of patient visits and examinations. At this time, a doctor checks 60 to 70 patients in the morning. Don't say a drink Water, even going to the toilet is a luxury. It is also common to work overtime after work. Faced with such a heavy workload, they treated it with smile, carefulness, patience and responsibility, interpreting noble medical ethics and superb examination techniques.
In order to minimize the waiting time of patients and the urgent needs of patients, they often sacrifice their rest time and use the after-hours to check the patients. They take the service of clinical and patients as the working criterion. Everyone is ready to work overtime at any time. When the operating room requires a doctor B to visit and cooperate with the operation, the department will arrange the staff to call on time As soon as I arrived, when the unit had a physical examination, the whole department staff went all out and sent a special person to work overtime to complete the physical examination task; the department staff rarely complained about overtime and never made any requirements. It is such a group of people who have no complaints and regrets to form a lookout for disease diagnosis. The "fire eyes and golden eyes" they have cultivated with years of work experience stare at the screen and become the "scouts" for the disease.
In fact, there are many medical staff in our department who often work overtime to provide convenient and fast services for patients. Their spirit of no resentment and selfless dedication not only allows patients to seek medical treatment in a timely manner, but also lays a good foundation for the better development of our hospital.