Qatar, Al Khor Hospital (Hamad Medical Corporation) records rise in births.
Qatar, Al Khor Hospital (AKH), a part of Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), has seen a noteworthy increment in the quantity of visits at its Obstetrics and Gynecology Department's outpatient, inpatient, and crisis centers, notwithstanding a remarkable increment in the quantity of births at the healing facility.
The quantity of outpatient facilities for obstetrics and gynecology at AKH, Al Khor has multiplied, and evening counseling centers have additionally been opened each Sunday and Tuesday to adapt to the expansion in the quantity of visits.
"This is adjusted to HMC's dedication to give the most ideal care and administrations to patients. The quantity of visits to outpatient facilities from the earliest starting point of this current year until the end of June came to 11,158, contrasted with the quantity of visits to the centers in the first 50% of 2014, which was 7,938. This is an increment of 40%," said Dr Mariam Khamees al-Saqqa, senior expert and acting leader of AKH's Obstetrics and Gynecology Department.
Dr al-Saqqa included, "The quantity of patients who went by the outpatient centers amid 2014 was 16,005 patients, of whom 3,224 were Qatari patients and 12,781 were non-Qatari patients. This incorporates gynecological facilities, follow-up centers for pregnant ladies, fruitlessness centers, helped propagation centers and postnatal centers."
As indicated by Dr al-Saqqa, at Al Khor Hospital, the crisis center at the office got 7,437 visits in the first 50% of 2015 contrasted with 5,731 visits for the same period in 2014; this is a 30% expansion in crisis visits. The aggregate number of crisis visits came to 11,667 toward the end of 2014, of whom 3,512 were Qatari patients and 8,155 were non-Qatari patients, and the quantity of doctors was additionally multiplied for the morning shifts accordingly.
There were 2,286 patients admitted to the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department in 2014, as per AKH's Admissions Department. This incorporates 292 patients at the obstetrics segment, 1,194 patients at the postnatal segment, and 800 patients at the maternity segment.
The bed inhabitance rate ran somewhere around 73 and 100% every month all through 2014. In the first 50% of 2015, the number expanded by 21 % and the bed inhabitance rate ran somewhere around 93 and 100%.
"We had 1,184 births at AKH in 2014, of which 804 births were common births and 380 were births by Cesarean segment. The quantity of Qatari births was 204 and non-Qatari births were 980. From the earliest starting point of this current year until the end of June, the quantity of births has come to 799, an expansion of 40% contrasted with a year ago for the same period," Dr al-Saqqa said to media.
Bolster administrations, for example, the ultrasound imaging of the embryo and the checking of its advancement have been extended to suit the expansion in the quantity of visits at AKH's Obstetrics and Gynecology Department.