Since the epidemic, the positive cases in India is increasing day to day leading to an overall 4000+ patients. To help our people during this crisis some private hospitals joins their hand to tackle the unfolding health crisis.
Some private hospitals are also preparing to handle the patient burden by creating isolation wards for Covid positive cases.
Private Hospitals that Accepts Covid positive cases:
One among the India’s largest chain of private healthcare network started admissions of Covid-19 patients. The treatment will be made available in specially designated isolation wards of their hospitals – East block of Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket and Max Super Speciality Hospital, Patparganj. Apart from this, the diagnostic facility of hospital Max Labs– will also begin testing for COVID-19 for samples collected from four units across Delhi-NCR. However, the testing samples will be collected at selective Max Hospitals – Saket, Gurgaon and Patparganj.
BLK Super Specialty Hospital:
The Hospital being in the national capital also announced the commencement of the covid-19 treatment in the medical institution. “The treatment will be available in specially designated isolation wards of their hospital,” the hospital said in an official statement. The officials said it braced up for the treatment with isolation beds, adequate supply of personal protective gear, ventilators and trained staff to support any complex positive cases.
The Healthcare major on Monday said it has launched ‘Project Stay I’ with 500 rooms in select hotels across the country in the first phase with light medical supervision for quarantine. Joining hands with partners including HUL, SBI and OYO, Apollo Hospitals plans to scale this capacity to up to 5,000 rooms where patients can stay in isolation.
“Apollo along with their partners commits to add up to 5,000 rooms where patients can stay in isolation.
These will be 5,000 telemedicine medically supervised beds so that those who are in isolation stay in isolation and don’t spread the infection to others,” Apollo Hospitals Group Joint MD Sangita Reddy said.
The objective is to create isolation and quarantine facilities away from the main hospitals in cities across the country and reduce the burden on hospitals providing the acute care.
The model is scalable, replicable and uses technology of telemedicine effectively.
According to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Hospital has earmarked dedicated beds including ICU care as mandated by Delhi Government recently for Covid 19 patients along with a separate place for consulting these patients in OPD.
In Chennai as of 11 private hospitals in the city including Fortis Malar, Voluntary Health Services, Prasanth Hospital, Billroth Hospital, Kanchi Kamakoti Child Trust Hospital, CSI Kalyani General Hospital, Kauvery Hospital, Miot Hospital, Vijaya Hospital, GEM Hospital and Dr Kamakshi Memorial Hospital has approved to admit Covid positive patients.
Bangalore had opened few hospitals to Covid positive patients Manipal Hospital, Narayana Health, Fortis Hospital, BGS GIMS hospital, Rajarajeshwari medial college and Hospital