The Department of Gastroenterology and Endocrinology of the People's Hospital of Gaoqing County was established in January 2012. It was then called the Department of Internal Medicine, and was renamed the Department of Gastroenterology and Endocrinology in August 2013. There are 19 medical staff, 1 chief physician, and 1 deputy chief physician. There are 3 attending physicians, including 3 with a master's degree. The staff team is reasonably equipped. The majors in digestion and blood are stationed in Zibo Central Hospital. The backbone of the department has been trained in the higher-level hospital system.
At present, there are 32 open beds in the department, more than 1,000 inpatients are admitted annually, and more than 50 cases of critical and critical patients are treated annually. The department is equipped with advanced medical equipment such as ECG monitors, electrocardiographs, blood glucose meters, insulin micropumps, and liquid pumps for diagnosis. The technical specifications of treatment are in line with national normative diagnosis and treatment. Diabetes, digestion, and blood are the key brand specialties of our department. They can provide standardized diagnosis and treatment for patients with diabetes, digestive system, and blood system diseases, and can carry out islet function measurement and insulin resistance. And insulin sensitivity index measurement, diabetes immunology, dynamic blood glucose monitoring, various complications caused by diabetes, gastrointestinal bleeding, acute pancreatitis, blood and bone marrow puncture examination and treatment. The advanced Olympus H260 series of endoscopes has significantly increased the ability to screen early digestive tract cancers, and has significantly improved the ability to diagnose and treat multiple diseases, common diseases, and intractable diseases of the digestive, neurological, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems. For blood sugar diseases such as anemia, major gastrointestinal bleeding, diabetic ketoacidosis, acute Pancreatitis, arrhythmia, myocardial infarction, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and other critical patients have accumulated a wealth of experience in the rescue, the department's routine diagnosis and treatment capabilities have reached the county's advanced level.