3 Admission: The process to come into the hospital as a patient Delivery suite: Where pregnant women give birthDischarge: The process for a patient to leave the hospitalInpatient: A patient who is staying in the hospitalMedical imaging: X-rays, MRI, CT scans, nuclear medicine
4 Nursery: A ward for babies Outpatient :A patient who visits the hospital for treatment but does not stayPediatrics: Care of children and tenegeers up to the age of 18 yearsPathology: Tests blood and other body samples to assist with diagnosisTheatres: Where surgery is done
5 Cardiology Department This department provides medical care to patients who have problems with their heart or circulation.
6 Ophthalmology Gynecology Eye departments provide a range of ophthalmic services for adults and children.These departments investigate and treat problems of the female urinary tract and reproductive organs.
7 Pediatricians Rheumatology Specialist doctors called rheumatologists run the unit and are experts in the field of musculoskeletal disorders (bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves). the doctor who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of childhood illnesses
8 Ear nose and throat (ENT) General surgeryThe ENT department provides care for patients with a variety of problems, including:general ear, nose and throat diseasesneck lumpsThe general surgery ward covers a wide range of surgery
9 Neurology Neonatal unit This unit deals with disorders of the nervous system,Neonatal units have a number of cots that are used for intensive, high-dependency and special care for newborn babies.
10 Pharmacy, pharmacology OncologyIs the science and technique of preparing as well as dispensing drugs and medicines The hospital pharmacy is run by pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and attached staff.This department provides radiotherapy and a full range of CHEMOTHERAPY TREATMENTS for cancerous tumors and blood disorders.
11 The medical laboratory Radiology The Department specialty concerned with radiation for the diagnosis and treatment of disease, including both ionizing radiation such as X-rays and non-ionizing radiation such as ultrasound. Works with all departments. Is a laboratory where tests are done on clinical specimens in order to get information about the health of a patient as pertaining to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease.
12 Orthopedics Orthopedists technicians work inOrthopedics departmentOrthopedic departments treat problems that affect your musculoskeletal system. That's your muscles, joints, bones, ligaments, tendons and nerves.
13 Accident and emergency (A&E) AnestheticsAccident and emergency (A&E)This department is where you're likely to be taken if you've called an ambulance in an emergency.Doctors in this department give anesthetic for operations.
14 General PractitionerIs a doctor who covers a full range of medical care but may send you to a specialist for more specific treatment.