Treatment of covid patients begins today in the women’s hospital

Ayodhya. Services at Kovid L-2 Hospital, which is being built in the District Women’s Hospital, will begin on Saturday. In the initial phase, treatment begins with the recruitment of covid patients in 28 beds.
Later, the capacity of the beds will be increased to 100 depending on the availability of the facility and the workforce. District collector Anuj Kumar Jha inspected the women’s hospital on Friday, taking stock of the arrangements and preparations and providing the necessary guidelines.
He also gave the CMS the necessary guidelines for providing high quality food and snacks to the patients, organizing the stay and catering of the doctors, etc.
He directed the CMO to provide all equipment and adequate personnel for treating covid-19 in the hospital. Given the rapid increase in the number of corona patients in the district, swift action is being taken to operate new covid hospitals and provide time beds and treatments to patients.
Senior Medical Superintendent Dr. SK Shukla said the hospital had completed 28 beds for patients with common symptoms infected with covid-19.
The recruiting work will then begin according to the instructions of the district judge. The Chief Medical Officer Dr. Ghanshyam Singh and others were present on the occasion.

Ayodhya. Services at Kovid L-2 Hospital, which is being built in the District Women’s Hospital, will begin on Saturday. In the initial phase, treatment begins with the recruitment of covid patients in 28 beds.

Later, the capacity of the beds will be increased to 100 depending on the availability of the facility and the workforce. District Judge Anuj Kumar Jha on Friday inspected the women’s hospital, took stock of the arrangements and preparations, and provided the necessary guidelines.

He also gave the CMS the necessary guidelines for providing high quality food and snacks to the patients, organizing the stay and food of the doctors, etc.

He directed the CMO to provide all equipment and appropriate personnel for treating covid-19 in the hospital. Given the rapid increase in the number of corona patients in the district, swift action is being taken to operate new covid hospitals and provide time beds and treatments to patients.

Senior Medical Superintendent Dr. SK Shukla said the hospital had completed 28 beds for patients with common symptoms infected with covid-19.

The recruiting work will then begin according to the instructions of the district judge. The Chief Medical Officer Dr. Ghanshyam Singh and others were present on the occasion.

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