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Updated: Dec 4, 2017
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General information

Emergency medicine is an independent second-class clinical subject. Emergency Room of the First Affiliated Hospital of Xi'an Jiaotong University was established in 1956, and officially renamed Emergency Department in 1988. Emergency Department has made remarkable contributions to the health care of countless residents in Shaanxi Province and the rest of northwest China over the past more than half a century. The past two decades have witnessed the rapid growing of Emergency Department thanks to the huge support and care of past leaders. It now boasts a talented, professional team with spectacular insight in treating critical diseases and obstinate diseases. Emergency medicine, among all clinical medicine subjects, should involve most disciplines and treat most sudden and critical diseases. Most effective therapies must be adopted in the fastest way to rescue and treat patients.

Department construction: The Emergency Department now has an array of well-established functional zones, including Emergency Room, ICU, EICU, Observation Room, Infusion Room, OperationRoom, Debridement and Suturing Room, Diagnosis Room, Treatment Room, Emergency Registration Room, Emergency Pharmacy, Cashier for Emergency Clinical Laboratory.

Staff: The Emergency Department has now a total of 37 doctors, including chief physician, 6 associate chief physicians, and 15 attending physicians. Doctors are divided by internal medicine and surgery. The Department has a nursing team of 102, including associate chief nurses, executive nurses, and 16 nurses.

First-aid Equipment: The Emergency Department has an array of full-automatic breathing machine, multi-function patient monitor, cardiopulmonary resuscitation instrument, CRRT, hemoperfusion machine, Picco, defibrillator, gastric washing machine, electrocardiograph, and infusion pump, as well as a well-established central oxygen system, and regularly-updated first-aid medicine.

Scope of Medical Service

1. Treat and cure all kinds of accidental injuries like poisoning and trauma caused by car accident and other disastrous emergencies.

2. Diagnose and treat acute diseases or acute attack of chronic diseases.

3. Diagnose, identify and treat sudden symptoms like high fever, chest pain, haematemesis, hemoptysis, hematochezia, acute abdominal disease, headache, and coma.

4. Rescue emergency patients conveyed by pre-hospital care (emergency center, 120, community and grass-root medical units).

5. Emergency treatment of cardiac arrest, asphyxia, acute poisoning, shock, multiple trauma, multi-organ functional disturbance, and various massive haemorrhage that can threaten patients' lives immediately or at any time.

Instructionand Procedures

1. The Emergency Department offers 24-hour full medical services.

2. Critical patients whose lives are in danger are directly sent to the Emergency Room, needing not registration.

3. Other emergency patients (both internal medicine and surgical) should first register for the Emergency Department, and then see a doctor at medical clinic and surgical clinic respectively.

4. Patients should observe doctors' advice for necessary examination and medical treatment, as well as pay corresponding charges.

5. Critical patients should be immediately sent into ICU, and those to be kept in observation only need to complete simple procedures, while those with clear diagnosis should be immediately hospitalized. Temporary beds can be offered to inpatients with milder clinical symptoms who need only transfusion and general treatment.

Business Introduction

Emergency Department provides 24-hour services to general or critical patients requiring first-aid treatment, and ensures green channels for emergency treatment. The Internal Medicine Division focuses on critical diseases and intoxication of all kinds, with a competitive edge in the treatment of AOPP and multiple organ failure. All our doctors and nurses can perform immediate, precise rescue operations,including airway opening, tracheal intubation, CPR and external defibrillation. The Surgery Division, which focuses on the treatment of trauma and acute abdomen, has been a good support to other divisions in tackling multiple injuries, head trauma, chest trauma, abdominal trauma and multiple fracture.


Emergency Room029-85323120    029-85323601

Transfusion Room: 029-85323602           Dispensary029-85323604

Director029-85323606                           Cashier029-85323609

Registration Room: 029-85323608

Travel Guide

Bus Stops

Xi'an Jiaotong University Health Science Center, Xi'an Jiaotong University Health Science Center (The First Affiliated Hospital of Xi'an Jiaotong University), Shaanxi Provincial Cancer Hospital (Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts), Jixiang Village, Ziwu Road, Xibali Village, Luojiazhai Village.


Bus 503, 710, 631, 709, 106, 203, 5, 18, 217, 30, 321, 605, 933, 713, JYZX, 401, 726, 36, 618, 706, 410, 204, 46, 716, 14 Shuttle, 14, 400, 508, 34, 504, 24, 407, 509, 313, 922, 225, and 921.

Taxi Fare:

A taxi in Xi'an charges a base fare of RMB 9 for the first 3.0 km, and RMB 1.5 for each subsequent 1 km, with an additional BAS of RMB 1.0.

“Four Levels and Three Areas” of Emergency Department


Identification criteria


Level I (Endangered)

The patients with life-threatening condition should be treated with immediate intervening measures for saving life.

Immediate resuscitation and emergency treatment in the Resuscitation Area of the Emergency Room

Level II (Critical)

The patients with illness possible to progress to Level I in a short time or to cause severe disability should be arranged for attendance and treatment as soon as possible.

Emergency treatment in the First-aid Area of theEmergency Room

Level III (Acute)

The patients without any symptom for upcoming life-threatening conditions or severe disability should be arranged for treatment in a certain time.

Arranging first clinical treatment in the Observation Room, and emergency treatment in the Emergency Room when necessary

Level (Not Acute)

The patients who are currently without any symptom for acute onset

Waiting for attendance at emergency clinics

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