Himalayan hospital reserves 100 beds for Covid patients
After the government’s order to the private hospitals to start admitting patients of the Covod-19, some prominent hospitals have started treating patients. The Himalayan hospital Jollygrant announced on Monday that it has reserved 100 beds for Covod-19 patients and has set up a 10 bed ICU for these patients.
The Vice Chancellor (VC) of Swami Ram Himalayan University Vijay Dhasmana said that 100 beds in five wards would be kept reserved for Covid-19 patients. The hospital has also fixed the charges the Covid-19 would have to pay. The Chief Medical Superintendent (CMS) of the hospital Dr S L Jethani said that a sum of Rs 6700 per day has been fixed for HDU Covid ward while Rs 9500 and Rs 12500 have been fixed for semi private ward and private wards respectively. Covid-19 patients would have to pay Rs 15000 per day for ICU without ventilator and Rs 20000 for ICU with ventilator facility in this hospital.
Tuesday, 01 September 2020 | PNS | Dehradun
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