Outpatient

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  1. arvinsign says:

    i dont think these images are outpatients. These people in the images are confined in the hospital, but not bedridden. They are classified as in patients. They are free to roam around as long as with the permission of the hospital. Outpatients are people seeking treatment, diagnosis or any medical service (check up) that do not render confinement or stay in the hospital. Simply, a hospital visit. Outpatients mostly visits the ER or doctors clinics, then if there is necessity for confinement, then their status will be changed to in-patient, and will be assigned to any of the departments of the hospital ( e.g. Ob, Medicine, Surgery, Ortho)

  2. joanjoyce says:

    hehehe out patient talaga as in nasa labas na pasyente hahaha katawa naman sis 😛

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  3. AzureWolf says:

    lol, whatever they are called, I think I would feel weird to see those people with the smocks on…

  4. Acai Berry says:

    Thanks for the informative post.. and thanks for adding our comment to the blog. I searched for a while to find the right answer to my questions!

  5. Acai Berry says:

    lol – that puts a new meaning to the term “outpatient”

  6. I dont think these images are outpatients. These people in the images are confined in the hospital, but not bedridden. They are classified as in patients. They are free to roam around as long as with the permission of the hospital. Outpatients are people seeking treatment, diagnosis or any medical service (check up) that do not render confinement or stay in the hospital. Simply, a hospital visit.

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