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Pvt Hospitals can take ventilators from Administration free of cost: Ghanshyam Thori

Jalandhar, August 19, 2020 (Yes Punjab News)

In a landmark decision to ensuring better treatment of critical Covid patients in the private hospitals amidst spike in cases, the District Administration has decided to offer free ventilators without signing any Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and depositing fees.

Giving details in this regard, the Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori said private hospitals could take advantage of this facility, if needed, by ensuring availability of requisite manpower to operate lifesaving medical equipment in their premises. He said that the private hospitals could contact his office to inform about the requirement of the ventilators following which the ventilator would be provided as per the need.

The Deputy Commissioner said that the decision had been taken to tackle the rising cases effectively and private hospitals have been also been complaining about the shortage of ventilators to treat the critical patients. Deputy Commissioner said that this would also play a pivotal role in dealing the surge effectively besides help in saving the precious lives from Covid.

Thori pointed out that the district administration had already provided six ventilators to the Gulab Devi Hospital, from where few private hospitals were taking this facility for the treatment and ensuring best possible care to the people infected with the novel coronavirus. Thori said that the hospitals have to maintain the ventilators in functional condition.

Deputy Commissioner stated that Punjab Government led by Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh was committed to providing robust health infrastructure in the state to tackle the infection efficaciously as part of Mission Fateh program.

In Government Civil hospital, he said that ICU which had 28- beds earlier in it has been upgraded to 56- beds now along with facilities of two high flow nasal oxygen therapy machines, multipara monitor, pulse oximeters, infusion pumps, suction machines have been made available there. He said that the ICU has been strengthened on the modern lines to ensure that patients do not get any problems in availing best care treatment.

The Deputy Commissioner said that district administration was fully equipped with resources and manpower to combat Covid 19 and no stone would be left unturned for this noble cause adding that war against Coronavirus would be won with the togetherness of people, who could contribute their share by confining them to home.

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