The current pandemic situation the world is facing has tested the health care infrastructure across the world including the city of Vadodara witnessing a sharp rise in patients. In such situation Sterling Hospital Vadodara extend its uninterrupted essential and emergency medical services to the society for safeguarding the health of resident of the city.
Zonal Director Sterling Hospitals Vadodara region, Anilkumar Nambiar stated that in this tough time the Hospital is seamlessly providing the essential services backed by the team of experienced consultants along with other allied services to the city. He added sterling hospital is fully equipped and continuous training for containment of any infection is a part of routine practice in Sterling Hospital to safeguard its employee and patients from any deadly infectious disease. Sterling Hospital is strongly adhering to all the given protocols by the health department and government of Gujarat to handle the current pandemic situation of CoVID 2019.
Sterling hospital Vadodara have made special provisions to keep CoVID 2019 patients in separate building away from the routine patients with dedicated medical, nursing and paramedic team so as to mitigate any risk of cross infection. As in this disease a person could remains asymptomatic yet carrier for many days, separate provisions have been made to limit the number of visitors and flu corner have been established to screen any patient, staff and consultant before providing entry in the premises.
Team of dedicated expert doctors is treating one CoVID 2019 infected patient since last two days with special provision where the staff and doctors treating the patient are totally isolated from other staff and patients to remove any chances of cross infections.
Only proper information about the disease and necessary prevention could help to overcome the fear of corona form the society. Sterling Hospital a tertiary care setup is committed in providing value health care services to the people of Vadodara in pandemic situation of CoVID 2019.