Bharat Charitable Hospital receives permission to treat covid patients – Bharat Charitable Hospital receives permission to treat covid patients

Saharanpur Bharat Charitable Hospital on GT Road in Deoband has received permission to operate a 30-bed covid hospital. This decision was made on the recommendation of the Committee of Inquiry formed by the Chief Medical Officer and on the ground.
District Judge Akhilesh Singh gave this information here today. He said the Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) protocol issued by the Indian government and the state government is being followed and implemented by the Bharat Charitable Hospital to prevent covid-19. Patients infected with covid-19 in the hospital will be treated at government-mandated rates. He said that patients infected with Kovid-19 are admitted directly to the hospital in 90% of their beds for treatment without an integrated referral order / form from the integrated Kovid command and control center and the chief medical officer. The hospital node officer uploads the information about the vacant beds to the portal at eight and four o’clock and displays it outside the hospital. 10 percent of hospital beds are filled by the Integrated Covid and Command Center. He said that based on the Nodal Officer’s recommendation made by the chief medical officer, covid patients from non-districts will be hospitalized for treatment.

Saharanpur Bharat Charitable Hospital on GT Road in Deoband has received permission to operate a 30-bed covid hospital. This decision was made on the recommendation of the Committee of Inquiry formed by the Chief Medical Officer and on the ground.

District Judge Akhilesh Singh gave this information here today. He said the Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) protocol issued by the Indian government and the state government is being followed and implemented by the Bharat Charitable Hospital to prevent covid-19. Patients infected with covid-19 in the hospital will be treated at government-mandated rates. He said that patients infected with Kovid-19 are admitted directly to the hospital in 90% of their beds for treatment without an integrated referral order / form from the integrated Kovid command and control center and the chief medical officer. The hospital node officer uploads the information about the vacant beds to the portal at eight and four o’clock and displays it outside the hospital. 10 percent of hospital beds are filled by the Integrated Covid and Command Center. He said that based on the Nodal Officer’s recommendation made by the chief medical officer, covid patients from non-districts will be hospitalized for treatment.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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