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Patient Education
How often should you see a medical doctor?
A yearly health assessment is required for every person. Depending on the findings of your yearly health assessment, further follow-up will be recommended.

A yearly health assessment is required in addition to any problems that may arise that need OPD consultation, online consultation or any emergency medical problems that need to be reported to the nearest emergency medical resource, and/or further consultation abroad.

What is included in patient education?
There are general guidelines in patient education.
There are guidelines relevant to specific diagnosis and treatment.
Medical doctor-patient relationship
Communicating with non-English speaking patients
Preventive health care advice
Annual health assessment.
Female Health Advice.
Here are guidelines in case of an emergency.
Your state medical records
Healthcare and travel advice
Remuneration for services

If a person or resource does not provide services under the supervision of a medical doctor able to answer relevant questions, via e-mail, fax, telephone, or postal mail, do not seek health care services from such a resource.

Seek closure of such a resource.
Seek replacement of supervisors from such resource.

Before seeing a medical doctor or a counselor face-to-face, take a look at these resources: http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/healthworld.html.

Have your issues already been answered at these resources?

Do you need access to more health care resources?

Are there any non-emergency issue that have not been answered?

What non-emergency issues have not been answered?

What will happen if you do not take non-emergency issues seriously?

If you do not take non-emergency issues seriously, they can become emergency issues.

This includes non-emergency medical issues.
If you do not take non-emergency medical issues seriously, they can become medical emergency issues.