Considering the emerging needs, the Near East University Hospital has dramatically expanded and upgraded its emergency facilities in order to handle current and future patient volumes and deliver a wide range of state-of-the-art techniques to diagnose and treat many emergency cases. Within this scope, a specialist physician has begun to work together with the existing emergency physician recently. Aiming to ensure exceptional emergency care and handle a wide variety of medical emergency cases including cardiovascular emergencies, physicians from the Cardiology Department will be working 24/7 with the emergency physician, specialist physician, emergency technicians and nurses.
According to the press release from the Directorate of Press & Public Relations Office of NEU (Near East University Nicosia, Cyprus), physicians working at the Cardiology Department of the Near East University Hospital have begun to provide 24/7 services at the Emergency Department to ensure quick diagnosis and timely treatment for cardiologic cases which are frequent in TRNC. In the press release, it is underlined that the Emergency Department of NEU Hospital is a place which links the work of medical specialties and provides a more comprehensive array of emergency services to patients in need of urgent medical care by holding human health forefront. It was stated that to have a cardiologist working 24/7 at the Emergency Department was vitally important in terms of providing accurate and quick medical diagnosis in critical incidents related with cardiovascular emergencies.
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Delivering information regarding the issue, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hamza Duygu, the Chairman of Cardiology Department, states that the Near East University Hospital always follows up with the latest medical developments and offers the most up-to-date treatment options through the cutting-edge technology. “Considering the frequency of cardiovascular disorders in our country and within the frame of our innovative approach to medicine, we have decided to assign a cardiologist to work 24/7 at the Emergency Department. Cardiovascular emergencies are vitally important and require proper and quick diagnosis and timely treatment. From now on, our cardiologists will also be 24/7 on duty at the Emergency Department to liaise with the emergency physician and medical staff to perform initial assessment and resuscitation and ensure accurate and timely diagnosis and treatment for patients in need of urgent cardiovascular care. We consider this application as a great step taken towards providing better medical services as well as saving lives of patients suffering from life threatening conditions. We are expanding and upgrading the services provided by the Emergency Department in order to offer the most up-to-date treatment options through the cutting-edge technology in safe hands. Aiming to ensure more accurate medical diagnosis and timely treat the full spectrum of urgent, acute and emergency aspects of illness, traumatic injury and cardiovascular disorders at any hour of the day or night, we are consistently developing and renewing” said he. Touching upon the necessity of early and accurate diagnosis for cardiovascular diseases, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Duygu underlines that cardiologic emergency is the most outstanding issue due to its vital importance. “We have been constantly working on cardiovascular issues through researches conducted within the body of the university as well as services provided by our hospital”.