Provision of individual preventive treatment and rehabilitation services to drug addicts; establishing a therapeutic relationship with the patient and his family; carrying out consultative and educational activities for family members of drug addicts; preparation of a patient who completes the main therapeutic program to create conditions that allow the patient to be discharged or transferred to another health care organization or social security institution;
cooperation with clinics and other institutions that treat addiction; providing families and legal representatives with the patient’s consent and medical information about the patient’s health; to acquaint the patient with his rights and responsibilities; conducting diagnostic tests on hospital patients; provision of professional, integrated medical, nursing and therapeutic care at the optimal quantitative and qualitative level, depending on the patient’s state of health;
providing the patient with medicines and sanitary facilities; provision of food in accordance with the state of health; education to involve patients and their families in health-promoting behaviors; consideration of issues related to medical documentation and statistics; Collection of medical information on the implementation of the contract with the National Health Fund and other health care entities provided by the department; organization of clinical internships to improve addiction treatment staff
The patient’s stay in the addiction treatment unit and the duration of treatment is a maximum of 56 days. At the end of treatment in the department of drug treatment, the patient is discharged from the hospital.In the department of drug therapy, direct coercion should be applied to a patient who behaves in a way that is contrary to his own life or health, the life or health of another, or violently destroys or destroys nearby objects . used. The provisions of §12 paragraphs 4-6 apply
The head of the department decides to expel the patient from the department of narcological therapy. The reasons for discharge are specified in the regulations on health benefits. The patient can continue treatment as part of outpatient treatment.14. The Alcohol and Addiction Treatment Clinic is run by an addiction treatment specialist appointed by the manager or director. The clinic works as part of the treatment of alcohol dependence and joint dependence.
The objectives of the clinic for the treatment of alcoholism and drug addiction include: Diagnosis of mental disorders, behavioral disorders, habits and motives, as well as adaptive disorders; provision of individual and group preventive and therapeutic services to drug addicts and adult children of alcoholics; carrying out consultative and educational activities for family members of drug addicts; support the activities of primary health care facilities in the field of early diagnosis and short-term intervention and, if necessary, medical advice;
cooperation with alcohol-related institutions and self-help groups; cooperation with subjects treating addiction; to acquaint the patient with his rights and responsibilities; consideration of issues related to medical documentation and medical statistics. Health services are provided through consultations, visits, individual and / or group psychotherapy sessions, programs.