DMC Hospital Ludhiana resumes its normal functioning
The institution has adopted all preventive measures to avoid spread of COVID 19 pandemic
Ludhiana: In an official statement issued by the authorities, Secretary of DMCH Managing Society- Sh Prem Kumar Gupta informed that after two months of ‘curfew and lockdown’ in the state due to COVID 19 pandemic, DMCH has started functioning as per normal routine.
The institution has adopted all preventive measures to avoid spread of COVID 19 pandemic. All the employees including doctors, paramedical staff, technicians and staff nurses are strongly advised to adopt preventive measures to avoid the spread of COVID-19, said Prem Kumar Gupta.
In addition, employees are advised to maintain physical distancing, wear masks and use sanitizers regularly.
Earlier also, the hospital left no stone unturned in treating the patients who had come to hospital during ‘curfew’ period. For certain specialties, make-shift clinics were started in open so that patients don’t gather too much inside the OPD area.
Secretary Prem Kumar Gupta thanked all the official and police administration for lending full support in proper functioning of the hospital in the time of crisis.
He further said that our hospital is absolutely COVID free and we are taking absolutely precautions to make it safe for doctors, patients, all staff members and visitors to the hospital.
"We have started all major and extra major surgeries, taking all necessary COVID-109 precautions", he said, adding, "All the patients are advised to wear masks and maintain hand hygiene and maintaining social distancing."
All patients entering the hospital are screened in the Flu Corner located at the entrance of hospital.