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Online Registration for Out-Patient Clinic Appointments Temporarily Suspended

The cyber security incident has prevented the Medical Records department from issuing appointment dates at this time. You are urged to still present with your paperwork or referral or appointment slip to have your need for a clinic date logged. Please walk with your Barbados ID card. When the systems are functional again, the department will call those persons who submitted paperwork to inform them of their appointment date.

Visiting The Clinics

On arriving for your appointment, please pull a number and take a seat in the waiting area. Once your number is called the Appointments Clerk will process your admission to the out-patients clinic to which you have been referred. This will include obtaining your demographic information such as your full name, date of birth (DOB), age, home address and contact information; the name of your private physician; and the name, relationship status and contact information of your next of kin.

Patients are asked to present to their respective clinics as scheduled, and to arrive at the QEH no earlier than 30 minutes before their scheduled appointment time.

Sharing medication information is vital

Medication reconciliation is a safe practice where we as healthcare providers work with patients, their families and/or care providers to ensure accurate and complete medication information is communicated consistently at all stages of care.

Here is how you can work with your care team by being ready to share your medication history.

  1. Remember to:
    • Keep a list of your medications.
    • Keep the list with you.
    • Keep the list up to date.
  2. Bring your list of medications that you are taking with you when you are coming to the Accident and Emergency Department or Out-Patient Clinics.
  3. Be sure you and your doctor know of any prescription medication, over the counter drugs or herbal remedies you are taking at home.

Required Documentation

In addition to providing the Admissions Clerk with the requested demographic information, to make a new or follow-up appointment you will need to provide the following:

Barbadian Nationals

  1. A referral letter from the referring physician. Referrals may originate from the following sources: a private doctor, a polyclinic, the Geriatric Hospital, the Psychiatric Hospital, and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Accident and Emergency Department
  2. A valid Barbados Identification Card, Barbados Passport, or other form of national identification
  3. Former out-patients are asked to travel with their previous out-patient clinic appointment card.
  4. Former in-patients who have recently been discharged are asked to travel with their hospital card with the registration number.
  5. Persons visiting the Appointments Section to schedule appointments on behalf of others must present the Barbados National Identification Card of the individual for whom the appointment is being made, as well as the other requirements listed above.

Barbadian Permanent Residents

  1. A referral letter from the referring physician. Referrals may originate from the following sources: a private doctor, a polyclinic, the Geriatric Hospital, the Psychiatric Hospital, and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Accident and Emergency Department
  2. Documentation detailing the permanent resident status of the individual must be presented.
  3. Former out-patients are asked to travel with their previous out-patient clinic appointment card.
  4. Former in-patients who have recently been discharged are asked to travel with their hospital card with the registration number.
  5. Persons visiting the Appointments Section to schedule appointments on behalf of others must present the Barbados National Identification Card of the individual for whom the appointment is being made, as well as the other requirements listed above.

Barbadian Nationals

  1. A referral letter from the referring physician. Referrals may originate from the following sources: a private doctor, a polyclinic, the Geriatric Hospital, the Psychiatric Hospital, and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Accident and Emergency Department
  2. A valid Barbados Identification Card, Barbados Passport, or other form of national identification
  3. Former in-patients who have recently been discharged must present their hospital card with the registration number, as well as their discharge slip or discharge summary.

Barbadian Permanent Residents

  1. A referral letter from the referring physician. Referrals may originate from the following sources: a private doctor, a polyclinic, the Geriatric Hospital, the Psychiatric Hospital, and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Accident and Emergency Department
  2. Documentation detailing the permanent resident status of the individual must be presented
  3. Former in-patients who have recently been discharged must present their hospital card with the registration number, as well as their discharge slip or discharge summary.
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