THE OPERATION OF AN EMERGENCY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT IN A COUNTY HOSPITAL FROM A LOGISTIC POINT OF VIEW

G. Markó, J. Gál

The purpose of this article is to give an overview of the actual emergency medical attendance through an exemplary hospital in Hungary, highlighting its possible imperfections which could perhaps be improved through further structural developments. In order to be expressive, the article follows through the journey of two nominal patients who turned up in the emergency department of the hospital. The importance of this topic is expressed by the fitful judgment of the emergency attendance. Emergency service had already existed in the United States, only later then did the one-entrance service system start to develop Hungary. In some places this system has been working well for decades, but for instance at the University of Szeged – due to the uncertain judgment of the system – the construction is just being finalized, right at the time when such studies are published that question the reason of existence of the emergency departments – at least in their actual form.

Keywords: emergency, logistics, hospital, Székesfehérvár, medical care, SBO EMD

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