Types of wards

1. General Ward

Six to eight patients in a cubicle and toilets in the wings of the ward, fully equipped nursing station, attendant couch, qualified dietician for diet advice and diet service.

2. Semi-special Ward

A four sharing room with two attached toilets, couch for each patient’s attender, fully-equipped nursing station, qualified dietician for diet advice and diet service.

3. Special Ward

Single room, well furnished and attached toilet, attendant couch and seating, qualified dietician for diet advice, telephone with local call facility, TV facility with cable connection.

4. Deluxe Ward

Single room with tiled flooring visitors area and seating arrangement, TV facility with cable connection, sofa and bed for the attendant, chief dietician for diet advice, diet service, medicine tray, and telephone facility.

5. AC Ward

Well furnished patient room, well furnished attendant room with cable TV connection, sofa and bed for attendant, registration, dedicated nurse, chief dietician for diet advice, diet service, medicine tray, telephone facility and patient wardrobe.

6. ICU (Intensive Care Unit)

Intensive Care Unit is well equipped for all the invasive and non-invasive procedures including transvenous temporary pacing, arterial cannulation, central vein cannulation, venuous cut-downs, peritoneal, tapping, intercostal drainage, bronchoscopy (fibre optic), Echo Cardiography and backed by efficient pathology laboratory.

ICU is managed by Anaesthesiologists, Doctors, well-trained staff nurses, dieticians, physiotherapists who are present round the clock within premises of ICU. Consultants of different specialities are available on call.