In view of the anticipated third wave of Covid-19, the NMMC has created two dedicated covid hospitals at its Nerul and Airoli healthcare facilities without disturbing the existing OPD and IPD services for general patients. There will be separate entrance and exit gates and passages for both covid and general hospitals.
During a recent visit to both the hospitals, the NMMC commissioner Abhijit Bangar ordered hospital authorities and engineering department to expedite the work without compromising on the quality.
The newly developed covid hospitals will each have 200 ICU units designed for patients with moderate to severe symptoms of Covid. Of these, 80 ICU beds at each facility will be reserved as pediatric wards given the possibility of more children getting affected, while 50 ICU beds at each hospital will be reserved for covid-afflicted pregnant women. The health department officials have been directed to complete the necessary arrangement by procuring surgical equipment and medicines at the earliest.
Special arrangements are being made for pre and postnatal care.
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