The nurse’s station is located at the International Departure Hall, Terminal 1.
(1) Emergency rescue services.
(2) General health checks (e.g., body temperature, breathing, pulse, blood pressure, and blood sugar).
(3) Surgical nursing (e.g., skin allergy and wound treatment).
(4) Hygiene counseling.
AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators)
To the left of the nurse’s station, there is an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), a life-saving device in the crucial five minutes after a cardiac arrest.
Should passengers require any of these services, please check with the nurse’s station.
Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
There are 16 AEDs in the international flights and domestic flights terminals to provide passengers with an international airport environment of maximum safety. Following the guidelines of the Ministry of Health and Welfare, even non-medical personnel can use CPR+AED rescue technology with the AED voice guide to help passengers in critical condition before the arrival of the ambulance. By doing so, it will greatly enhance the successful first aid rate.
Civil Aviation Medical Center
Located at 3F, Terminal 1 (take the elevator by SUBWAY, 1F, International Arrival Hall, at the west side of Terminal 1).
Emergency medical services to passengers