Our Cardiology Department is one of the leading cardiac care providers in the country’s only JCIA hospital, PHSH. Our department is managed by a team of the dedicated and experienced consultant cardiologists, supported by a full time team of junior registrars. The cardiology department provides a broad range of services from screening, early diagnosis, clinical management and rehabilitation/education of heart diseases.
With our team, you are in safe hands in case of a heart attack as our internationally recognized interventional cardiologists are available round the clock. Our 24/7 fully equipped ambulance service ‘Hospital-on-wheels’ will ensure you will receive the most appropriate treatment in a timely and efficient manner.
We provide a wide range of services from preventive to curative measures:
- Cardiac Check-up Packages
- 24/7 Chest Pain Clinic
- Treadmill ECG
- Coronary Calcium Score
- CT Coronary Angiogram
- Coronary Angiogram
- Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI)
- Primary PCI
- Holter ECG
- Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (CRT)
- Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD)
The Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) department provides diagnostic and treatment facilities for a wide range of ear, nose and throat diseases. The ENT service aims to improve the quality of life for individuals with ear, nose and throat disorders, and provide timely and accurate advice and information.
The service offers a full range of non-emergency ENT and head and neck services, including support for minor ENT emergencies. ENT surgery offers services to treat disorders and defects of the ears, nose (including sinuses), throat, head and neck. Services are provided for adults and children on an inpatient or day patient basis.
Our hospital has a 24 x 7 ‘on duty’ model Emergency Services department operated in accordance with international best practice guidelines set by the American College of Emergency and the Australian College of Emergency. In line with these best practice guidelines, we have formulated our clinical protocols and training programs in emergency medicine for chest pain, heart attack, stroke and trauma clinical pathways. We are focused on achieving ‘Golden Time Standards’ for treatment and interventions.
This ensures that patients receive appropriate intervention treatment within a specified period as benchmarked in developed countries. Examples of these self-imposed KPI’s are: Triage to CT Head for Cerebral bleed, Ambulance response time from end of call Triage to Balloon Angioplasty. We mandate that all clinical staffs in our Emergency Department complete formal training through a web-based proprietary emergency medicine training program at three levels (basic, intermediate and advanced life support skills) and to be completed over 18 to 24 months period. All Medical Officers based in the Emergency Department are American Heart Association (AHA) accredited in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Basic Life Support (BLS). The Clinical Director and Head of Emergency Department, Dr Htun Htun Zaw is the first AHA, BLS and ACLS instructor to be accredited here in Yangon and will conduct regular courses to ensure that all our Medical Officers and Acute Area Registered Nurses become accredited in BLS and ACLS. Our fleet of 3 fully equipped Ambulances operate 24×7 with a call out team consisting of a BLS/ACLS accredited Medical Officer and RN with ambulance driver trained in CPR and accident site management. On board equipment includes a portable ventilator, Automated External Defibrillator, Oxygen, Complete Suctioning System and comprehensive medical supplies to deliver a true “hospital on wheels” experience offering quick initial intervention, the ability to safely stabilize at the scene and retrieve back to base.
The Medical Officers and Nurses at the Emergency Department deliver expert treatment for a comprehendsive spectrum of Life Threatening, Trauma, Urgent and Non Urgent presentations.
- Heart Attack diagnosis and intervention.
- Stroke and any cerebral bleed.
- Basic Standard Quality treatment for minor to major illnesses.
- Pre-Hospital Care Ambulance Service with Emergency Medical Service Response Team.
- Basic and Advanced Airway Management.
- IV Fluids Resuscitation.
- Definitive treatment of minor to moderate injuries.
- Early Definitive Surgical Intervention to Major Injuries and Polytrauma.
- Reperfusion Therapy (Primary PCI/ Streptokinase) for acute STEMI.
- Resuscitation, Stabilization and Evacuation for all Emergencies
- Trauma cases (Road-Traffic Accidents, Sports Injuries, Industrials Accidents and Injuries)
- Medical emergencies
- Surgical emergencies
- Pediatric emergencies
- Obstetrics and Gynecology emergencies
- Orthopedic emergencies
- Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat emergencies
- Psychiatric emergencies
All patients are triaged at our Triage counter prior to entry into the Emergency Department. The Triage Nurse will take a brief history on the reason for presentation, record baseline vital signs and transfer the patient to the appropriate area for commencement of treatment. Our Triage Classifications are based on the internationally recognized color coding of:
- Red: Life Threatening – Immediate Treatment
- Yellow: Urgent – Treatment within 15 minutes
- Green: Non Urgent – Refer to OPD
General Surgery Department is a major provider of acute and elective surgical care. It has facilities and competencies to provide secondary and tertiary surgical services in Myanmar. The service also includes surgical subspecialties such as endovascular surgery, surgical oncology, minimally invasive surgery, surgical endoscopy and trauma.
Our General Surgery Department performs a variety of procedures including, but not limited to:
- Endocrine Surgery (Breast and Thyroid)
- Gastrointestinal Surgery (Advanced Stapling Surgery)
- Laparoscopic Surgery (Appendectomy, Cholecystectomy, Abdominal Wall Hernias)
- Endoscopic procedures (EVL, Clipping of bleeding ulcer, Polypectomy and Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy (PEG) Feeding Tube Insertion)
- Stapled Haemorrhoidectomy (PPH)
- Chemo Port Insertion for Cancer patients
- All types of Hernia operations
- General Surgical procedures for Pediatrics (Circumcision, Sistrunk Operation, Orchidopexy, Hernia repair, etc)
- Future plan on Advanced Laparoscopic procedures (Colo-rectal, Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery).
Our vision is to achieve full patient satisfaction, best patient management outcomes with high standard quality care using focused imaging and laboratory tests. At the same time clinician and all medical staffs in the Department of Internal Medicine are continuously trained for technical skills, patient care management skills and communication skills through round teachings, case presentations, reviews and discussions, journal readings, regular CME programs and conferences. Then the training objectives are also intended to provide the patients with kind and compassionate care, to attain the professional, attitudinal, cognitive, and technical skills, to learn and practice patient communication and shared decision making , to apply current evidence-based knowledge to achieve the best likelihood of the patient’s desired outcome, to develop their careers, achieve scholarship, and complete the prerequisites needed for the next steps of their careers, to learn how to problem solve and begin the process of self-directed, life-long and mutually reinforcing teaching and learning, to assess patient outcomes in order to improve future decision making and guide practice management, to organize their workdays, as well as reflect upon and plan for professional-personal balance, stress reduction, and personal health and to carry out high-level basic and clinical research.
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