All the medical on-duty services on one website
Those who need urgent help in Hungary can quickly find it on this website.
The on-duty service monitoring system unique in Europe had been created to provide information to both Hungarian and foreign citizens on doctors’ and chemists’ on-duty services they can turn to on weekends and holidays all over the country.
„Those who have health problems or are in trouble and need instant aid can get non-stop information quickly and accurately on the Internet using the system available on www.ugyelet.hu website. Here they can find where to go and whom to turn to” – said Arpad Kun director of QN Creative Studio Ltd. the enterprise operating the system on a press conference in Szolnok Hungary.
On that website we can find all the available running and open doctors’ offices on-duty all over the country on every day of the year in three languages: Hungarian German and English. The data in the system are refreshed continuously and map appendixes are also attached to the services.
The informatical structure of the system is based on modern technology. Its Geographical Information System (GIS) basis and map supported maintainer program provide direct uploading facility for the on-duty organizers to the central database. Through this the system is able to successfully standardize the data supply throughout the country repair control analyze and archive the data and inform both the public and the media simultaneously.
Its public informational interface is user-friendly: simple perspicuous and easily understandable. The interface is open to everyone whether one wants to search by PC (www.ugyelet.hu) or by mobile phone (wap.ugyelet.hu). At present the on-duty monitoring system provides countrywide information about open or on-duty basic medical attendances chemists ambulance stations and patient transport services from the up-to-date data which are derived from regional and micro-regional National Public Health and Medical Officers Services on-duty service organizers and on-duty providers.
The system is developed and maintained by QN Creative Studio Kft. Additional contentual development areas are animal health technological ambulance and troubleshooting on-duty groups. Thus by the end of 2009 it will provide more public on-duty data to fulfill the demands of the citizens. This system is unique not just in Hungary but also in Europe and based on the Hungarian example it is planned to adapt the system to other countries bringing into reality the vision of a standard European Union On-Duty Information System.