As a designated Level 1 Trauma Center of Surat , METAS Adventist Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine treats more than 7,000 patients each year. METAS Adventist Hospital is also a designated Stroke Center and for patients experiencing Acute Myocardial Infarction.
This fast-paced and highly varied practice setting gives our nurses an immediate sense of accomplishment and exposure to every medical specialty all while they own skills in critical thinking, public health and patient teaching. Emergency nurses can work in a variety of practice areas within the department —from Triage to Trauma, and from the Rapid Assessment area to the Emergency Acute Care Area— all with support from clinical leaders, nurse educators and a phenomenal interdisciplinary team of staff. Opportunities for intellectual and professional growth include ongoing education, specialty certification and participation in the department’s dynamic activities, including: Participation and leadership opportunities in a wide variety of committees – all within a department which fully embraces the Magnet philosophy of shared governance and staff input into decision-making Independent or collaborative research Precepting/teaching—we’re an academic clinical site for several undergraduate/graduate nursing programs.
Open 24 hours / 7 days with modern facilities and the backing of a large fully equipped hospital, the unit is well placed to meet your needs. In addition, we support the community with an Emergency Hotline, which provides around the clock telephone advice to patients with any medical emergency.
Hotline:+ 91 9624555777
Approximately 5% of our patients are children, and we work closely with the paediatricians and paediatric surgeons accredited to the hospital.
We have developed outpatient treatment strategies for venous thrombo-embolic disease (clots in the legs or lungs) and for non- life threatening infections e.g. cellulitis or other skin infections, urine infections, pneumonia and other chest or throat infections. Management of acute wounds can be difficult. We have a variety of wound closure techniques and wound dressings appropriate for individualised care. In particular, we use sedation and analgesic methods to allow us to reduce the stress and anxiety of wound care in children.
We have a comprehensive on-call specialist roster, covering all of the major general specialties and sub-specialist groups.
Emergency Dept. is located on Level 1, METAS Adventist Hospital and operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Referral & Fees A doctor’s referral is not required for treatment. Fees for Emergency Care are based on fixed out-of-pocket expenses.
Full-fee paying patients will have a gap of for the Emergency Care charges. We will bill Medicare directly for the doctors’ procedures and consults.
Other services (e.g. Radiology, Pathology and Physiotherapy) will charge their own fees. Concessions are given to some patients, including general ward category, emergency service personnel Please see our Fee Advice Brochure for more information.
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