This COVID Care Center in Srinagar includes 125 ICU beds, out of which 25 ICU beds are reserved for children. Oxygen facility is available on 375 beds.
Srinagar DRDO Covid Center
After setting up the 500-bed Covid Care Hospital in Jammu, the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has set up the Srinagar (Srinagar) In just 17 days, another 500-bed hospital has been prepared, which has also been inaugurated on Wednesday. Now the admission of patients has also started in this hospital. This COVID Care Center includes 125 ICU beds with ventilators, out of which 25 are reserved for children. This hospital has been built and run by PM Care Fund.
This COVID Center in Srinagar has all the necessary modern facilities. The hospital has air-conditioned arrangements and includes 125 ICU beds, out of which 25 ICU beds are reserved for children. 24 hours medical oxygen facility is available on 375 beds. Apart from this, a 10-bed triage area has also been made in 100 square meters. After the completion of the trial run of all the medical facilities, this COVID Care Center has started running.
Lt Governor praised DRDO, thanked the government
Lt Governor Manoj Sinha lauded DRDO for playing an important role in the fight against Corona and said that DRDO has prepared both the hospitals in such a short time and has added 1000 additional beds to assist the people in Jammu and Kashmir. At the same time, he thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh for providing necessary assistance and intervention in enhancing health care and medical facilities in Jammu and Kashmir.
“Great improvement seen in the health system of Jammu and Kashmir”
The LG said that it was because of the personal intervention of the Prime Minister that the health infrastructure in Jammu and Kashmir has seen such a massive improvement. He said that the initiatives of the Union Territory Government to transform the health system during the pandemic include continuous increase in the number of beds with ICU and oxygen capacity, deployment of ex-medical staff and fast track deployment of newly qualified staff and prompt vaccination campaign. Including getting started. He said that due to collective efforts, Jammu and Kashmir now has more capacity to treat patients.
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