Guangzhou Municipal Health and Family Planning Commission of Guangdong Province, the Civil Affairs Bureau recently jointly organized the city's community care station pilot project launch conference and training courses. According to reports, the pilot project of nursing stations by the government set up special funds to encourage and guide social forces to participate in the community to provide convenient and professional home-based care services for the elderly. Up to now, 39 nursing stations have been identified as pilot units of nursing stations in Guangzhou. Guangzhou Municipal Health and Family Planning Commission, the Civil Affairs Bureau have said that nursing stations are encouraged to apply to the social sector to become long-term care insurance fixed-point institutions. It is reported that guangzhou city next year will also introduce the elderly care commercial insurance, the elderly alone care subsidies.
, the city has been promoting pilot projects for community care stations since April, accepting applications from qualified institutions, such as community health service centers, which have their own medical resources, while encouraging private organizations to join. The project encourages and guides the construction of on-site nursing stations in the community to provide home-based nursing services by giving 350,000 yuan to 400,000 yuan in government funding to the pilot community nursing stations, and to cultivate and improve the market mechanism for aged care in Guangzhou. Up to now, the city has accepted more than 120 institutions (individuals) for nursing station applications, of which 68 have obtained "medical institutions license."
It is learned that the nursing station is to maintain the health of the community population, meet the basic medical care needs of the community population for the purpose of nurses as the core of a team of all kinds of nursing staff, in a certain community, for the long-term bedridden elderly, patients, the disabled, terminally ill and other needy care providers to provide basic care, specialist care, end-of-life care, disinfection and isolation technical guidance, nutrition guidance, community rehabilitation guidance, health education and other care services of medical institutions. Care stations are currently priced at market prices. (Health News)