JASLOK HOSPITAL AND RESEARCH CENTRE LAUNCHES NEW STATE OF THE ART ICU
Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre on Thursday launched a 37-bed, state of the art advanced ICU with multi-para monitors and ventilators. The ICU was inaugurated by the Chief Guest Mrs. Amruta Fadnavis.
Mr. Jitendra Haryan, CEO, Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre highlighted that “The team at the Hospital would like to thank Mrs Amruta Fadnavis for being a part of the new ICU unit launch as she has spread her interest for social service. Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre has been popularly known for its critical care services and clinical care excellence with patient centric and compassionate approach. At Jaslok patients across all walks of life are provided services equally keeping aside caste and creed. With the help of the ICU launch the hospital intends to take the critical care services to the next level.”
As per international standards, the ICU spreads over two floors, has well-designed patient areas, treatment areas, nursing areas, teaching and learning areas for uninterrupted care of the patient in ICU. Along with this, different provisions like X-ray, USG, 2D Echo and central line procedures can be carried out at the bedside of the patient. There would be Central Monitoring System to enable doctors and nurses to manage all critical patients, provide necessary medical intervention and adopt new lines as per the vital parameters of patients. A dialysis facility will also be available at the ICU.
Mrs. Amruta Fadnavis, Banker, Social Activist said, “It gives me immense pleasure and joy to be a part of this ICU launch. Jaslok Hospital has been treating various celebrities but on the other hand I feel happy to know that not one poor patient who enters the hospital for treatment goes untreated. The hospital has been pioneer in taking steps towards treating the people from below the poverty line, in thus contributing to the prosperity and development of our country thru inclusivity. Would like to thank the hospital for continuously upgrading the hospital and facilities for humanity. ”
Besides the technologies, the ICU would consist clinical excellence with the presence of a reputed team of super specialist doctors and interventionists, 24*7 Intensivist on duty, trained and qualified interdisciplinary team including nursing, nutritionist, physiotherapists, respiratory technicians, counselors, a social worker. There would also be segregated units for infected and non-infected patients which would be helpful to ensure focused delivery of specialized critical care.