The National Centre for the Treatment of Pelvic and Acetabular Fractures Adelaide and Meath Hospital Dublin, Incorporating The National Children’s Hospital,Tallaght (AMNCH)
Referrals to AMNCH
- A new electronic referral system is now in place for the Treatment of Pelvic and Acetabular Fractures in Tallaght Hospital. After 1st January 2011 referrals will only be accepted by this new method.
- We would like to hear your feedback
- If you have any suggestions or comments, please email us at the same address
- This is for tertiary referrals regarding Pelvic and Acetabular fractures only
- Please note, hand written letters will not be accepted after 1st January 2011
It is the sender’s responsibility to ensure the email is encrypted before being transmitted over the public Internet. It should be noted that personal webmail accounts such as Google, Yahoo, Hotmail and Live mail do not encrypt email. It is understood that non encrypted email containing patient data breaches data protection law.
If the sender has any doubt in this regard he/she should refer to their own ICT department. The hospital’s email system is encryption enabled. Organisations which exchange email with AMNCH can do so by “SMTP over TLS” encryption. This means that the sending organisation’s email server communicates with the AMNCH email system provided it supports “SMTP over TLS”.
To Refer a Patient:
- Call AMNCH to speak to the On Call Registrar
- Copy and paste the template (in the template link in menu on the left) into an email and fill in the details
- Attach Radiograph Images: maximum of 5 radiograph images, including Pelvic Fractures: AP Pelvis, In-let, Out-let views, Acetabular Fractures: AP Pelvis, Judet Views (Internal Oblique, Obturator Oblique)
- Attach Radiology Images: We do not require the entire CT Pelvis to be transmitted electronically, if relevant: please select a maximum of 12 small sized cuts with 4 per image/page (a CD should be sent with the patient with ALL relevant radiographs on transfer)
- The total size of all attachments must be less than 10MB. It may be possible to attach PACS images which are less than 10MB but for ease of viewing via internet explorer within the hospital, a JPG file representation would be preferred.
- Send the email to email@example.com