• 24/7 ER : +86 10 59850333
  • OASIS : 400-8762-747
当前位置 : Home > Departments > Pediatrics
Department Pediatrics
  • Clinic open hours : Monday-Saturday 09:00-17:00
  • Tel : 010-5985 0302



OASIS Pediatric Clinic



The OASIS Pediatric team is comprised of national and international physicians as well as out-sourced specialists from hospitals such as, Peking University Third Hospital, Capital Institute of Pediatrics, Beijing Children’s Hospital, Beijing Friendship Hospital and many more. Our doctors, nurses and administration team are highly experienced and offer each patient international standards of care. The OASIS Pediatric team are dedicated to providing comprehensive and continuous care for newborns, infants, children and adolescents with a focus on preventative healthcare.







   


Patients are encouraged to make appointments for medical services.

Appointment enables us to:

  • Properly schedule your visit
  • Prepare your medical chart ahead of time
  • Allow physicians to review clinical lab information prior to your visit
Walk-in patients

Walk-in patients will be seen, but there are disadvantages:

  • Walk-ins have longer waiting times as patients with appointments have priority
  • You may not get to see your doctor of choice

Note: If a walk-in patient is experiencing a medical emergency they will be seen first.

Arrival Times for Appointments

  • We encourage patients to arriving at least 15 minutes ahead of time. During this time your medical and financial information can be updated.
  • Patients arriving over 15 minutes late for their scheduled appointment, will lose their appointment booking and be classed as a walk-in patient.


   






Appointment Cancellations

We encourage patients to notify us at least 24 hours in advance of a cancellation, but any advance notification of a cancellation would be helpful.


Medical Emergencies

We encouraged people to call in advance to alert staff of their medical needs.

Phone: 5985 0302/0303


Emergencies after Normal Operating Hours

Oasis Pediatric Clinic provides 24/7 emergency services.

In the event of an emergency:

Please call: 5985 0333

We can aid you during a medical emergency and give assistance over the phone.



   



Services


Designed with your concerns in mind, the pediatric center is divided into separate units for sick and well children. 


·      The Well-Child Clinic

The Well-Child clinic was awarded the Beijing Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning Type A classification for vaccinations. Well-Child visits are in accordance with the US CDC and the American Academy of Pediatricians (AAP) standards of healthcare, providing scheduled checkups, vaccinations, consultations, nutritional and developmental assessments as well as school administration checkup services.

·      Sick-Child Clinic

Services include but are limited to: respiratory diseases, neonatal infections, gastrointestinal diseases, skin problems, urinary system diseases, disease of the nervous system, endocrine disease, immunodeficiency disease, pediatric general surgery and pediatric orthopedics.

·      Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU)

The NICU strictly adheres to JCI standards of medical care providing care for premature babies and other critically ill infants. Services for premature or sick infants include treatment for, breathing problems, gastrointestinal problems, heart problems, infections, jaundice and management of premature and low body weight infants.



Preventative Care Visits

A child’s life is a time of rapid growth and change. Well Child Visits are key to the monitoring of your child’s development. Through children’s developmental milestones, pediatricians can spot problem areas and provide timely intervention which can prevent or minimise the effects of developmental delays.


Each well-child visit includes a complete physical examination and your pediatrician will provide information about your child’s development as well as advice on nutrition, sleep, safety and other important topics relevant to you and your child.
- Provide you with the knowledge and skills to respond to your child’s needs at different stages of their development
- Provide reassurance that your child is developing normally, through growth and development assessments
- Inform you about, and provide vaccinations
- Support and help you identify your needs as a parent, and link you with other services if so required


Recommended Well Child Visit Schedule:

• First year: after birth, 1, 2, 4, 6, 9 and 12 months
• Second year: 15, 18 and 24 months
• Yearly thereafter the 2 year old visit



24H Pediatric ER Services

Illness strikes without any warning.  Problems that require IMMEDIATE attention are best addressed in an emergency room setting with our qualified physicians. If you have doubts about your child’s condition call ahead so we could advise you accordingly.


Allergy Clinic
The Allergy clinic is a subspecialty unit of the Department of Pediatrics offering specialised care for the spectrum of allergic conditions namely, asthma, allergic rhinitis (hay fever), food allergies and eczema. The clinic aims is to provide a comprehensive evaluation, expert diagnosis, treatment, patient education and follow-up for allergies.

Specialty


Additional SERVICES:


BIRTH PLANNING
We aim help you with your birth plan to make your delivery as stress free as possible. We work closely with our OB colleagues to accommodate your needs and address your concerns before the big day.

 

CIRCUMCISION
Circumcision remains an elective procedure and decision should be made by the parents after physician counseling, explaining medical benefits and potential risk and considering cultural, religious and ethnic traditions.


EAR PIERCING
We offer safe and pain-less ear piercing for your child.


VACCINATION
Immunization is a good way of preventing serious and sometimes fatal complications from common illnesses. Frequency and the amount of vaccines vary from countries to countries depending on disease incidence and prevalence. For public safety there might be additional vaccines required by the local health bureau. Discuss with your pediatrician about your vaccine schedule and needs for update.