First two hours crucial for accident victims- AIIMS director
Two helipads being constructed at AIIMS Rishikesh for air ambulances.
he director of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Ravi Kant has said that first two hours are very crucial for the accident victims. He said that if the injured get immediate treatment, then their chances of survival increase.
He was speaking at a healthcare leadership summit organised by Six Sigma Star healthcare (Private) limited in New Delhi on Friday. The programme was organised on the theme, ‘leaders who inspire healthcare’. Speaking as a keynote speaker, Ravi Kant delivered a talk on best leadership in healthcare to the participants. In his address, he described various approach towards healthcare leadership. The Director, AIIMS Rishikesh also emphasized that in order to produce a fully comprehensive and affordable healthcare system by building viable healthcare service, the medical and health care system should be more people friendly and sustainable.
He also informed about participation of AIIMS Rishikesh in various outreach health care services with Six Sigma in high altitude areas like Kedarnath and Badrinath.
He said that during the Yatra season, monthly help camps are organized by AIIMS Rishikesh at Peepalkoti located on the Badrinath route and Narayankoti on Kedarnath route.
Ravikant said that the first two hours are very important for the injured during the accident and during this golden period, the Air ambulance service performs the work of life saver. He added that two helipads are being constructed in AIIMS Rishikesh.
Saturday, December 28, 2019|PNS|Dehradun
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