Description About Hospital Management System in Python :
Hospital Management System in Python is a simple project developed using python to keep records of patients in a hospital. The system stores all the information in database. Talking about the functionality of the system, It contains all the requisite functions for the adding, displaying, removal and updating of hospital records. The users must enter the serial number, name of the patient, age, gender, name of the doctor, illnesses, contact information, fees and so on in addition to the records.
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The user will find a record of the serial number, contact number, blood type, age, sex, name of the medical practitioner, illness, payment method, or email address. In the list view, the device displays all available logs. The user can also easily delete and change any available patient records. This is a simple console based system which is easy to understand. It can be of great help for beginners in python.
This is a demo project with limited feature You can customize the project according to your need. You can use this project for educational purpose
Features of Hospital Management System in Python
- Add patient records
- View all records
- Search by name, age, sex, doctor name, disease, blood group
- Search by payment and email
- Remove records
- Modify records
Instruction on how to run Hospital Management System in Python
First, you have to install Python on your PC, then extract or unzip the downloaded project file.
To run the project open cmd or type cmd in the search console of your PC. After that, browse the project folder and type “project.py” and press enter key.
OR, you can also run the project by double-clicking on “project.py” from the project folder. Finally, you are ready to go.
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