Patient/Doctor

Patient: When and how should these pills be taken?
Doctor: Take one every morning, noon and night after food.
Please correct this conversation if they are not natural.

When and how should these pills be taken?
Take one three times a day after food.

Beeesneees,
Patient’s relative: Good morning Doctor.
Your regular patient - my father is seriously ill.
He needs immediate treatment. Can you come to our house to attend him please?
Doctor: Sorry, I have a lot of patients to attend to.
I am unable to leave my clinic at this time.
You will have to bring the patient to my clinic.

Are these sentences OK?

yes

Beeesneees,
“Please get the patient admitted in/to our hospital.”
What preposition is suitable one?

Please have the patient admitted to hospital.

Beeesneees,
Receptionist: OK. Now I will connect the (telephone) line to the doctor.
You speak yourself to him.
Please check its validity.

Now I’ll connect you to/with the doctor. (This is the standard form. What you’ve written gives an image of the receptionist fixing a line to the doctor’s body.)
(You) speak to him yourself.

And what about these sentences dear beeseene:

patients relative(the one who brings the patient):

where is the doctor in this casualty?my patient is injured in a car crash accident!
Nurse:here is the internal department .take your patient back.

The patient’s relative
(tyhis is not a sentence, just a phrase)

Where is the doctor in this casualty department? My patient was injured in a car accident.

The last sentence doesn’t make sense to me.

I wanted to express the other sections of the hospital in the last sentence
such as surgery or pediatrics section or department.

thank you very much.

This is the XXX department. You need to take your patient back down the corridor to Casualty.

Doc.:What is your baby"s problem ?

Woman:he woke up and started to move rapidly his limbs.we think he had a seizure.

Are you giving him any drug?
Yes,he takes 20 drops at bedtime as you prescribed last night. and 8 drops two times of this one.
You gave the dosage wrong(instead of each other?) .you should give him 20 drops of this one not that!!

He woke up and started to move his limbs rapidly. We think he had a seizure.

Yes, he takes 20 drops at bedtime as you prescribed last night. He also takes 8 drops of this one twice daily.

You got the dosage the wrong way around. You should give him 20 drops of this one, not that one.