SNS: Pregnant women can now consult emergency timetables online

Deepak Gupta July 8, 2022
Updated 2022/07/08 at 8:54 PM

In a week where less good news about the National Health Service has emerged, information appears that users already have information about emergencies available on the SNS portal. This is a service aimed at pregnant women, who can, from now on, consult the opening hours of the gynecology/obstetrics and delivery unit emergency services.

As of this Friday, July 8, the SNS Portal will make available a search engine with the opening hours of the Gynecological/Obstetric Emergency Services and Delivery Blocks across the country.

Available on the homepage of the SNS Portal, this tool allows citizens to have access to information on which hospitals have Gynecology/Obstetrics and Childbirth Units in each district, with information on the opening hours scheduled for each day of the week.

SNS: Pregnant women can now consult emergency timetables online

Created at the proposal of the Commission for Monitoring the Urgent Response in Gynecology/Obstetrics and Childbirth Block, this search engine is based on the SIIP - Integrated Provider Information System, and the updating of the information provided is the responsibility of the health units and of the respective Regional Health Administrations.

The information on opening hours is updated weekly, being changed whenever necessary in order to reflect, at any given moment, any changes that may occur in the opening hours of the services.

SNS: Pregnant women can now consult emergency timetables online

As a rule, the update is carried out on Mondays, being reviewed every Friday, at which time the opening hours on the Monday of the following week are also introduced.

Since the information is dynamic, users are advised to consult the search engine before visiting these health services.


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