Viktor A. Stashevsky
Chief of the Department
1st floor of the Trauma and Orthopedics Facility
- Monday from 3.00PM to 4.00PM
- Thursday from 10.00AM to 11.00 AM
Chief Physician’s reception hours (for patients’ relatives and family members):
on working days from 8.00AM to 9.00AM, from 2.00PM to 3.00PM, or when the Chief Physician does not perform the routine activities.
Olga I. Ivanova
Deputy Chief Nurse
The Admission Department is a division of the City Clinical Center for Trauma and Orthopedics of the 6th City Clinical Hospital. It is located on the 1st floor of the Trauma Surgery Facility.
The staff of the department performs its activities in accordance with:
- Admission Department Provision,
- Guidelines for the activities of the admission departments of the inpatient health and preventive care establishments subordinated to the Health Care Committee of Minsk City Executive Committee, approved by Order No.613 dated October 15, 2004 of the Health Care Committee of Minsk City Executive Committee;
- Applicable orders and regulations of the regulatory authorities;
- Chief Physician’s orders;
- internal labour regulations;
- labour and fire safety rules, etc.
The specialists of the department provide 24/7 emergency care to adults and children. There is the laboratory and X-ray unit there.
6 trauma and orthopedic surgeons are on duty every day. A trauma and orthopedics surgeon on duty follow-ups patients of the Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care, does morning and evening rounds, prescribes treatment and medications, and does dressings.
The core activities of the Admission Department are:
- to register the patients admitted to the Admission Department, including the patients admitted for hospitalization and those not admitted for hospitalization;
- to divide patients into groups, i.e. emergency patients, planned patients, sever patients, etc.;
- to checkup and examine all patients, who visit the Admission Department seeking medical care;
- to carry out laboratory and instrumental tests, to hold special consultations with highly-qualified specialists of inpatient departments or specialists of the Department of Trauma and Orthopedics of Belarusian State Medical University;
- to examine the patients, who visit the department, and to provide emergency care, if necessary;
- to perform resuscitation procedures (if necessary), to transport patients to the inpatient departments, to the Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care;
- to execute and keep the medical records, to execute the documents confirming that a patient was not admitted for hospitalization (including the standard certificate of staying in the admission department);
- to carry out alcohol and drug tests;
- to inform the police by phone in case of admission of the patients with injuries caused by violence or persons injured in road accidents; to register such calls;
- to inform the Accident Registration Bureau if an unconscious person without any ID documents and not accompanied by relatives is admitted to the department; to register such calls;
- to get information about patients’ movements within the hospital;
- to check whether there enough grounds for hospitalization of patients, to check the accuracy of execution of documents;
- to transfer the assets to outpatient clinics, to approve transfers of patients to any other inpatient facilities, to provide data on the transportation of patients to the inpatient department of the city emergency station;
- to decontaminate the patients admitted for hospitalization; to execute the medical documents upon hospitalization of patients;
- to ensure that the staff and the facilities are ready to provide medical care in case of emergency or in case of detection of especially dangerous infections.
The specialists of the Department and the Chief of the Department perform checkups of draftees and execute relevant documents, provide consultations to the patients with traumas in other health care establishments and departments of the hospital.