China News Service, Urumqi, November 25 (Zhao Yan) "The doctor in military uniform is here! The villagers are very happy." Recently, villagers from Yingawati Village, Panjin Town, Yining City, Xinjiang came to the village committee early. The meeting room, quietly waiting for the arrival of relatives.
For 10 years, military doctors in a military hospital in Yili provided free medical consultations for villagers. Villagers have long regarded these medical doctors as their relatives.
To help nearby villagers, a certain military hospital in Yili takes advantage of medical resources to warm up private affairs. The hospital organizes specialists and staff from internal medicine, orthopedics, general surgery, and cardiology to conduct health consultations, blood pressure measurement, and disease diagnosis and treatment activities for the villagers. The hospital's high-quality medical resources are "moved" to the village.
Let the villagers stay at home to see experts and feel the warmth of the party at close range.
"I heard that military doctors are coming to the village again. I came to the village committee to wait early. I was able to enjoy free medical services in the village, which made me feel very warm. Three years ago, I suffered from diabetes. Thanks to the military doctors, Let me control my condition well. This time the military doctors checked carefully and explained carefully, and they also let me know more about the health of my body. They are really good military doctors.” 77-year-old villager Zuo Lanmu Hehar Speaking excitedly.
Placing medicines and preparing equipment, the military doctors acted like waves.
After 5 minutes, everything is ready.
"Doctor, my waist and knees are painful, and the stairs are affected." "Doctor, I have dizziness, dizziness, and insomnia recently." "Doctor, I often have severe stomach pains, what's the matter?" Experts Listen carefully to the patient's illness.
"Uncle, don't worry, you have osteoarthritis of the joints. Take time to come to the hospital to take a film. I will prescribe some oral medicines and ointments. Oral medicines are administered 3 times a day. The ointment is applied when it hurts." Traumatic Neurosurgery The director of a ward, Guo Yicheng, patiently explained to the patients.
The work of consultation, registration, inspection, and diagnosis was carried out in an orderly manner. The atmosphere at the scene was warm. The free medical doctors and staff were patient, meticulous, and conscientious. The military doctors carefully diagnosed the disease of the villagers, answered questions carefully, and made reasonable suggestions for different diseases and individual differences. It also provides reasonable treatment plans, prescriptions, medication guidance, and free drug distribution. It also explains the prevention knowledge and precautions of common and frequently-occurring diseases.
"There are more and more free clinics like this, and the attitudes of the military doctors are very good. They prescribe me on-site medicine, send me home-made medicines free of charge, and specifically tell me how to eat them, how often they will take them, and write them on the pill box. It really brings warmth to my heart, which makes me feel very considerate.” 76-year-old villager Nurahmatt Abdullah said with a smile while holding the medicine in his hand.
Silnayi Seidel, a 39-year-old villager, often suffers from headaches, insomnia, and is easily agitated. He heard that military doctors came, so he came to queue early.
Zhou Yi, the director of the infection department, took a blood pressure measurement on her, which showed that it was too high.
Zhou Yi instructed her in the form of a form to record her blood pressure in the morning and afternoon of the week, and then recheck it a week later.
Silnayi said that this form is simple and convenient, and she must insist and record her blood pressure.
"You are our relatives. Not only do you provide assistance to our village's education, village infrastructure, etc., but also send us medical treatments and medicines for health. You gave me breeding cattle for free and made me rich." Villager Yi Riyaz Aisha shook the hand of the military doctor and said.
Kudulaiti Pahaldin, director of the Yingawati Village Committee, told reporters that in the past 10 years, the hospital has helped the village build cultural activity rooms, donate books, build health service stations, donate medical equipment, and paint. Office buildings, hardened roads, plastic floors for village kindergartens, and donations of tables, chairs and toys.
Every year, they also send medical care, medicine, and health to the villagers.
This free consultation activity allowed the villagers to establish a correct concept of seeking medical care while enjoying high-quality medical services, and to achieve early detection, early prevention and early treatment of diseases.
Liu Xingwang, director of the medical service department of a military hospital in Yili, said that on the one hand, this free clinic is a solid implementation of "I do practical things for the masses", with the help of the hospital’s expert resources to relieve the suffering of patients; on the other hand, it also promotes the hospital. Experts have a sense of responsibility and mission to serve the grassroots.
In the future, we will continue to carry out free clinic activities, so that villagers can enjoy the expert services of the hospital without leaving their homes.
In addition, the hospital has also established a remote consultation mechanism to allow high-quality medical resources to directly serve the resident officers and soldiers and the people through the Internet.