As temperatures plummet, the city enters a high-incidence period of respiratory infectious diseases.
With the unveiling of a red silk, the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Ward of the Dongfang Hospital of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in Beijing E-Town was established on May 28.
The Social Affairs Bureau of Beijing E-Town joined forces with 10 experts from Beijing Shijitan Hospital, Beijing Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital, Beijing Anzhen Hospital and other hospitals or health service centers to bring quality medical resources and health services to enterprises in the area.
Seasonal flu is on the rise, and topics related to "H1N1 flu" frequently appear on social media platforms such as Weibo. There has been an increase in the number of children seeking medical attention for the flu.
Ms. Han came to the fever clinic of the Rehabilitation Hospital Affiliated to the National Rehabilitation Assistive Devices Research Center (Guokang Hospital in short) in Beijing E-Town on Jan 4.
Medicine doesn't need to be taken to prevent diseases, and don't blindly over-medicate.
"I only knew that electronic medical insurance certificates can be used to register before. Today, the staff told me that the certificate can also be used to prescribe medicines, obtain medical bills, and even reimburse them in different places," remarked Ms. Kang.
Ms. Zhong lives in Beijing E-Town. Suffering discomfort in her right ear, she recently went to the Beijing Tongren Hospital in Yizhuang district.