- Anesthesiology & Intensive Care Unit
- Clinical and Interventional Cardiology
- Dermatology & Venereology
- Emergency Medicine
- Gastroenterology & Hepatology
- General & Family Medicine
- Interventional Radiology
- Pediatrics & Neonatology
- Pneumology & Allergology
- Psychiatry and Psychotherapy
24-hour service for Triage and initial management of patients with life-threatining conditions, as well as medical care for all acuity levels.
24/7 ambulance coverage with two ambulance cars available.
All patients who come to the Hospital’s A&E are triaged, stabilized, treated, and either referred to the appropriate outpatient clinic during office hours, hospitalized, or transferred to another health care facility according to the individual patient’s condition and needs.
Access to our operating theaters and delivery suite is available 24/7. A dedicated team of Medical and Surgical Specialists are available 24/7 if needed.
1st floor, main hospital building.
- Time efficient International Triage System (See Table 1).
- Each patient assessed according by an Emergency Doctor.
- Monitoring of essential vital parameters.
- Rapid assessment, intervention, and resuscitation of critical patients.
- Performance of minor procedures (i.e. sutures of lacerations, splints) under moderate sedation.
- Ambulance services to and from HFH.
Cardiopulmonary arrest, shock of any etiology (cardiac, septic, hemorrhagic, etc), respiratory failure with need for ventilation, airway symptoms after smoke inhalation or burn injury, epileptic state, need for airway protection and intubation,severe and symptomatic hypoglycemia (Gluc <1.5mmol/L0, any condition with impaired consciousness (GCS<9), anaphylaxis, severe trauma.
< 10 minutes (very urgent)
Myocardial infarction (STEMI, NSTEMI with persistent pain), acute respiratory problems, hemoptysis, hematemesis, acute stroke within time frame for fibrinolytic therapy, intracranial hemorrhage, postictal state after epileptic seizure, high fever with chills, meningitis, severe sepsis impaired consciousness, acute psychosis, substance intoxication, hypoglycemia, ketoacidosis
< 30 minutes
Unstable angina, myocardial infarction without high severity (NSTEMI without pain), abdominal pain, stable hemorrhage, continuous vomiting, pulmonary embolism (stable), hypertensive crisis, presentation after syncope, heart failure (stable), febrile infection
< 90 minutes
No real emergency situation, self-limiting infections (i.e.common cold), etc.
Elective presentation or not an emergency indication
Patient Population Served
All patients, irrespective of age, who come to the A&E are assessed, treated and referred to appropriate clinics, in-hospital units or other health care facilities, based on the individual patient’s needs.
Methods for Assessing and Meeting Patient Care Needs
Patient are initially triaged according their acuity level by the Triage Nurse.
Assessment and management by Emergency Medicine Doctor.
Assessment of patient includes but is not limited to past and present medical history and thorough physical examination and additional specialists’ consultations as needed.
Ancillary studies performed as required.
Initiation of clinical treatment pathways (i.e. Acute Coronary Syndrome, Acute Asthma in Pediatric Patient, etc.).
The complexity of the individual patient care needs will depend on the patient’s condition and will be tailored to each and every individual accordingly.
All activities and services are guided by established and approved policies and procedures by the A&E, relevant institutional and organizational policies of the Hospital
The department and the hospital ensure cohesion of care when patients have to be referred between subspecialties, thus ensuring the involvement of the appropriate medical team for each condition.
Dr. Giang Thuc Anh
- 2000: Medical Doctor, Hanoi Medical University, Hanoi, Vietnam
- 2004: Residency in Intensive Care, Emergency Care and Toxicology, Hanoi Medical University, Hanoi, Vietnam.
- 2006: Residency, in the Intensive Care Unit, Hautepierre Hospital, Strasbourg, France
- 2003: Inter-University Program on emergency medicine, in collaboration with Nantes University – France and Hanoi Medical University – Vietnam
- 2006 – 2016 : Doctor in Intensive Care Unit, Bach Mai hospital, Hanoi, Vietnam
- 2017 -present: General Practitioner Hanoi French Hospital, Hanoi, Vietnam.
- 2016: Successful treatment by using ECMO, of a patient infected with A H1N1 influenza, complicated by acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS).
- 2015: Initial experience in the application of ECMO in treatment of cardiogenic shock patient (Report at 12th Congress of World Federation of Societies of Intensive Care Medicine – Seoul 2015)
- 2013: Successful treatment of the patient with cardiogenic shock due to acute myocarditis by using ECMO; and the patient with cardiac arrest due to myocardial infarction.
- 2010: Successful treatment for a pregnant woman affected with AH1N1 influenza presenting respiratory failure.
- 2008: Two cases of severe pneumonia due to A/H5N1 influenza
- 2008 : Oseltamivir is Adequately Absorbed Following Nasogastric Administration to a Adult Patients with Severe H5N1 Influenza (Public library of science - www.plosone .org - Volume 3/Issue 10/e3410)
- 2004: Nosocomial infection and antibiotic therapy for treatment of nosocomial infection in the ICU, Bach Mai hospital.
- Vietnamese National Association of Emergency, Intensive Care Medicine and Clinical Toxicology.
- Nosocomial Infection in the Intensive Care Unit
- Invasive Fungal Infection in the Intensive Care Unit
- Severe pneumonia in adults due to A-Influenza
Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Hung
- 1996: Medical Doctor, Thai Nguyen Medical University, Vietnam
Boards of certification
- 2000: Master in Infectious and Tropical Disease, Bach Mai Hospital, Hanoi, Vietnam
- 2001-2006: Advanced training in internal medicine and neurology in various hospitals such as Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Pitié-Salpetrier, Centre Hospitaliaire Bichat-Claude Bernard, Paris and Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Saint-André Bordeaux, France.
- 2007 - present: Specialist at the Department of Emergency and Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases, Hanoi French Hospital, Hanoi, Vietnam.
- Vietnamese Society of Infectious Diseases
- Infectious and Tropical Diseases
Jens Peter Lüdders MD MSc MRCGP DImmC(Ed) PGDip
Medical School :
- 1985-1991: MD Doctorate in Medicine, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe University Medical School, Frankfurt, Germany
- 1997-1998: MSc Master of Science in Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Public Health, UK.
- 1996: DImmC Diploma in Immediate Care, Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, UK.
- 2013-2015: PGDip Post Graduate in Diabetes (Distinction), University of Leicester, Leicester, UK.
- Joint Committee on Postgraduate Training for General Practice (JCPTGP) specialist certificate, General Medical Council no 3698662
- 2003: Diploma in Primary Care Diabetes Management, University of Huddersfield/DTC Primary Care Training Centre, UK.
- 2005: Certificate in the Management of Drug Misuse in Primary Care, London, UK.
- 2013: Advance Life Support Course, Dr. Gray’s Hospital, Elgin, UK (ALS)
- 2013: Immediate Medical Care Course, BASICS Scotland, Nairn, UK (IMC)
- 2014: European Trauma course, Stornoway, Western Isles, UK (ETC)
- 2014: Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support Course, Emergency Services Training Centre Birkenhead, UK (PHTLS)
- 2014: European Paediatric Life Support, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, UK (EPLS)
- 2001-2010: Principal in General Practice, Fitzrovia Medicine Centre, London, UK.
- 2010-2013: Chief Medical Officer, International SOS, various locations including China, Algeria and Guinea
- 2014: Acute Rural and Remote GP Fellow, Western Isles, Scotland
- 2015: Non Consultant Hospital Doctor Emergency Medicine, St Bernard’s Hospital, Gibraltar
- 2015: Chief Medical Officer, Mary Begg Community Clinics, Kansanshi Mine Hospital, Solwezi, Zambia
- 2015-2017: Emergency Medical Practitioner/ Medical Officer/ Rural Practitioner, NHS Scotland & Highlands, UK
- Royal College of General Practitioners, London, UK (MRCGP)
- Acute Trauma Care
- Acute Medical Emergency Care
- Infectious Disease Management
- Diabetes Care
- Drug and Alcohol treatment
- Pre-hospital emergency care