Emergency And Trauma

EMERGENCY AND TRAUMA

Number of beds: 4

Our patients can expect Safe, Effective, Patient Centered, Timely, Efficient and Equitable Care at all times from our emergency department. Our main focus areas include:-

  • Trained, qualified and skilled staff

  • World class infrastructure like waiting area, vulnerable area, triage, equipment maintenance etc

  • ER processes and protocols(Head injury, MI, Stroke, Sepsis, Major Trauma), Triage instruments

  • Coordinated emergency care throughout the patient pathway

  • Monitoring and Knowledge of outcomes such as mortality and morbidity review, complaint monitoring to highlight system and/or individual failure.

  • Commitment: Adequate resources(finance, equipment, infrastructure) and active visible management engagement with ER…leading to empowered motivated staff.

INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

No. of beds: 4

Intensive Care Unit

Infection Controls

  • Our infection control protocols pertain to a wide spectrum of interventions & have been developed jointly with intensivists & anesthetists

  • ICUs – high risk areas for patient where life threatening mistakes & omissions in care can occur

  • Checklist of care should be addressed daily

  • Critically ill patients highly vulnerable to health care associated infection, resulting in significant morbidity & prolonged length of hospital stay

  • Reponsibility of every member of the health care team to ensure compliance with hospital and unit infection control policies – like hand-washing before & after examining a patient; use of alcohol hand rubs; use of sterile barriers & disposable gloves; safe disposal of all sharps & patient consumables; & traffic control

CRITICAL CARE UNIT

No. of beds: 6

Infection Controls

  • Our infection control protocols pertain to a wide spectrum of interventions & have been developed jointly with intensivists & anesthetists

  • ICUs – high risk areas for patient where life threatening mistakes & omissions in care can occur

  • Checklist of care should be addressed daily

  • Critically ill patients highly vulnerable to health care associated infection, resulting in significant morbidity & prolonged length of hospital stay

  • Reponsibility of every member of the health care team to ensure compliance with hospital and unit infection control policies – like hand-washing before & after examining a patient; use of alcohol hand rubs; use of sterile barriers & disposable gloves; safe disposal of all sharps & patient consumables; & traffic control

PRIVATE WARD

NO. OF BEDS- 9

  • Spacious sitting area

  •  Sofa bed for attendant

  •  Personal Telephone Service

  •  TV with cable (personal)

  •  Computerized Personal Nurse call System

The cafeteria at the main building offers quick lunch/dinner/snacks to the visitors.