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Q [Use of treatment] Guide to the subjects of treatment by the KAIST Clinic
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Subjects of Treatment by KAIST Clinic

2019. 2. 20., Clinic Operation Team

■ Subjects of treatment

Division

Subject

Whether can be treated

Note

Student

Regular course students

(including students on leave of absence), exchange students,

Internship =

Possible

 

Prospective students of the regular course,

International Summer School students,

Auditing student (including Science Gifted School students)

Conditionally possible

· If all of the following conditions and are met, only the relevant person is eligible for insured treatment and not eligible for dental scaling, non-insured treatment, health check-up, and beauty treatment

    Those who have been given a student number

    Those who are participating in school events or classes or staying in the dormitory to that end

Expelled student, graduate

 

Short-term visiting students not given a student number

Not possible

· Not possible to receive treatment from the date of expulsion and the date of conferment of degree

· For those who are expected to be hired after graduation, treatment is not possible until the date of appointment

· People without a student ID can be given first aid when only when essential first aid is required, and among them, foreigners are eligible only for imaging chest PA in cases where they have entered the country without undergoing an X-ray or TST examination

Faculty

Full-time worker, position in special service, tenant company employees, etc. =

Family members of school members (, )

Possible

 

Family members

Family members of school members (, )

Possible

· Scope of the family members

- Civil Act Article 779 (Scope of family members) The following people are considered family members. 1. Spouse, lineal blood relatives and siblings 2. Spouses of direct blood relatives, lineal blood relatives of spouses, and siblings of spouses In the case of Paragraph 1, Item 2, the people are limited to those who share the same livelihood.*

* In the case of living together = If the address on the resident registration is the same or if the National Health Insurance premium is borne by the KAIST employee or student

Outsiders and short-term school visitors* who are not school members or families are not allowed to use the clinic.

* Short-term visitors: participants in short-term camps (hosted by language centers, science gifted education centers, etc.), participants in industry-academic cooperation open lectures, etc.

(Exceptions) If essential emergency treatment is required, the doctor in charge decides and transfers the patient to a nearby hospital or clinic depending on the condition after emergency treatment, but prescriptions are not given and medical expenses or insurance claims are requested.

                           ② If essential emergency treatment is not required, the person is guided to the health care room or nearby hospital/clinic.

Q [Treatment procedure guidance] I have a question related to treatment.
A

1. Can I receive treatment?
The KAIST Clinic is an “affiliated clinic” stipulated under Article 35 of the Medical Service Act, and only professors, students, and employees affiliated with KAIST, employees of tenant companies, and their family members can receive treatment.

※ The scope of family members is as follows.

1) Spouse, lineal blood relatives and siblings

2) Spouses of lineal blood relatives, lineal blood relatives of spouses, and siblings of spouses are limited to those who share the same livelihood   

2. What should I prepare and bring with me for my first treatment?
Those who receive treatment at our clinic for the first time

should bring their student ID (student) or employee ID (employee).

- If a family member wishes to receive medical treatment, he/she should prepare and bring a document proving the family relationship (medical insurance card or family relationship certificate).

 

 3. How is treatment carried out?

The procedure for using our clinic is as follows.

Application

 

(Reception room on the first floor; dental reception is on the second floor)

- After presenting ID, apply for the medical department

(If you are a family member, please bring the relevant documents when visiting for the first time.)

- Guided to the outpatient clinic after completing the application

 

 

Diagnosis/treatment

 

(Outpatient treatment: first floor, second floor treatment room)

-Treatment by the doctor in charge in the designated treatment room

- After treatment, receive the procedure sheet from the outpatient nurse and go to the reception desk

 

 

Payment/prescription

 

(Payment and appointment: first floor reception room; dental reception: second floor)

-Issuance of receipt and out-of-hospital prescription after payment of medical expenses

 

 

Test/medication

 

(Test, radiography: first floor radiation room, diagnostic laboratory, injection room)

- Examination, photographing, and medication according to the procedure sheet

 

Q [Appointment for treatment] I have a question about reservation, change, or cancellation.
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1. Should I make an appointment to receive treatment?

- With the exception of some departments, it is possible to receive treatment on the same day without an appointment.

  * In the case of clinics such as the dentist, stress clinic, and dermatology, the time for treatment may be delayed, so please make an appointment by phone before visiting.

  * Treatment is possible with an application on the same day, but please understand that the waiting time may be longer due to treatment of those who made an appointment first.

 

 2. I want to cancel or change my appointment. What should I do?

- Appointments can be made through the appointment program on the clinic website up to the day before the appointment date, and you can cancel or change the appointment through the wired connection to the relevant treatment department.

- On the day of treatment, you can only cancel or change your appointment by phone.

Q [Dermatology] Can I get laser treatment for cosmetic reasons (ex. acne scar, hair removal, spot/pigmentation removal)?
A
Please understand that we do not provide laser treatment or cosmetic treatment because disease-oriented treatment is prioritized in the clinic. Please visit a local dermatology clinic where laser treatment is available
Q [Dermatology] What kind of treatment can I get for acne/pimples?
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We can only provide a prescription for oral/topical medicine and injection of anti-inflammatory agents.
(Comedo/blackhead extrusion, laser treatment, etc., are not performed)
Q [Dermatology] What kind of treatment can I get for hair loss?
A
We can only provide a prescription for oral/topical medicine.
(Other treatment options such as mesotherapy, etc., are not performed
Q [Dermatology] What kind of treatment can I get for warts?
A
We do only cryotherapy for warts in the clinic. Depending on the location of warts (usually on the face or trunk), they should be treated with laser treatment. Please visit a local dermatology clinic where laser treatment is available in this case.
Q [Dermatology] Do you perform skin biopsy or surgical incision/excision?
A
Please visit a general university hospital or local dermatology clinic for these procedures.
Q [Dermatology] How do I make an appointment with the dermatology department?
A
Appointments can be made by phone only. T: 042-350-0570
(Same-day visits are not accepted. Online appointments are not possible.)
 
Q [Gastroenterology Department] Precautions - After colonoscopy
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After colonoscopy, there may be anal pain.
If you take a sitz bath with warm water after returning home, the tense anal sphincter will be relaxed, and anal pain will be relieved.
 
Abdominal bloating may persist due to the air insertion for accurate observation during the examination,
but it will be relieved by passing gas.
 
After the test, there may be small amounts of blood in the stool, and the symptom usually subsides in 2-3 days.
 
If the following symptoms persist and it is determined that emergency treatment is necessary,
please contact the gastroenterology department of KAIST Clinic (042-350-0535) or an external emergency room.
* Melena, bloody stool, dizziness, tachycardia, cold sweat, severe abdominal pain*