No hospital beds for half a percent of the population – No hospital beds for half a percent of the population

Eta The district is heavily lagging behind in terms of resources to combat corona infection. There are insufficient staff and other resources for patients. The biggest thing is that even half of the district’s population has no beds in hospitals.
There are more than 200 corona-positive cases every day. Most people become isolated at home due to a lack of resources. Bagwala Kovid Hospital has 70 beds. There are ventilators on three beds. While others are equipped with oxygen bottles. Churthra also has 70 beds, but not a single ventilator. Here, patients receive oxygen through the cylinder when they reach a critical condition.
Provision of 270 beds in nine health centers
There are nine CHC PHCs in the district. Each CHC has an arrangement of 30 beds. Non Kovid 210 beds are available in seven centers. Bagwala and Churthra CHC were made covid hospitals. There are 70-70 beds available in both locations.
Provision of 360 beds on 36 new HCs.
There are 36 new PHCs in rural areas. A PHC has 360 beds for 10 beds. All of the beds here aren’t covered.
District Hospital Non Covid
The district hospital currently has 70 beds. This hospital is not covid. There is an oxygen system for 45 beds. While 25 beds are simple. There are 18 beds in the women’s hospital, none of them covid.
Provision of 300 beds in 20 nursing homes.
The CMO office has 20 district registered nursing homes. Some have five and some have 15 beds. All of these nursing homes are not hidden. 300 beds are planned in these.
Not Covid Hospital & Bed
Hospital bed
District Hospital 70
Women’s District Hospital 18
36 New PHC 360
Seven CHC 210
Kovid Hospital
Bagwala CHC – 70 beds
Churthra CHC – 70 beds
Fan-three
Oxygen beds – 45
According to the patients, beds have been set up at the Kovid Hospital. Two more CHCs will be built as Kovid Hospital. A 30-bed covid hospital is currently being opened in the same maternity wing. As the number of patients increases, more hospitals will be prepared.
Dr. Ram Singh, ACMO

Eta The district is heavily lagging behind in terms of resources to combat corona infection. There are insufficient staff and other resources for patients. The biggest thing is that even half of the district’s population has no beds in hospitals.

There are more than 200 corona-positive cases every day. Most people become isolated at home due to a lack of resources. Bagwala Kovid Hospital has 70 beds. There are ventilators on three beds. While others are equipped with oxygen bottles. Churthra also has 70 beds, but not a single ventilator. Here, patients receive oxygen through the cylinder when they reach a critical condition.

Provision of 270 beds in nine health centers

There are nine CHC PHCs in the district. Each CHC has an arrangement of 30 beds. Non Kovid 210 beds are available in seven centers. Bagwala and Churthra CHC were made covid hospitals. There are 70-70 beds available in both locations.

Provision of 360 beds on 36 new HCs.

There are 36 new PHCs in rural areas. A PHC has 360 beds for 10 beds. All of the beds here aren’t covered.

District Hospital Non Covid

The district hospital currently has 70 beds. This hospital is not covid. There is an oxygen system for 45 beds. While 25 beds are simple. There are 18 beds in the women’s hospital, none of them covid.

Provision of 300 beds in 20 nursing homes.

The CMO office has 20 district registered nursing homes. Some have five and some have 15 beds. All of these nursing homes are not hidden. 300 beds are planned in these.

Not Covid Hospital & Bed

Hospital bed

District Hospital 70

Women’s District Hospital 18

36 New PHC 360

Seven CHC 210

Kovid Hospital

Bagwala CHC – 70 beds

Churthra CHC – 70 beds

Fan-three

Oxygen beds – 45

According to the patients, beds are currently being set up in the Kovid Hospital. Two more CHCs will be built as Kovid Hospital. A 30-bed covid hospital is currently being opened in the same maternity hospital. As the number of patients increases, more hospitals will be prepared.

Dr. Ram Singh, ACMO

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