A comprehensive Accident & Emergency Department (A & E) for patient care supported by a well-coordinated road evacuation service that is easily accessible through a dedicated entrance, and has a ramp to facilitate the transfer of patients on stretchers and wheelchairs designed as state-of-the-art Level-1 Trauma Centre, the unit has a large treatment room with one operative tables, lights and anaesthesia machines, cardiac monitors, ventilators and portable x-ray, sonography & 2D echo machines. Two dedicated elevators for immediate transfer of patients to the operating rooms and Intensive Care Units. A Pneumatic Tube system for speedy transport of laboratory samples.
Your care starts with calling this no. The call is answered by trained emergency care personal who would advise and dispatch an ambulance. The ambulance has trained doctors, nursing staffs and paramedics with all essential equipment and drugs catered to deliver care at the bedside or on the road or any scene. There is a 2-way constant communication with the hospital control room to ensure all emergencies been handled and specific areas such as OTs, Cathlab , ICUs are ready to receive the patient with proper preparedness. The RHC ambulance is GPS enabled and is continuously live tracked to provide the team at RHCW an accurate estimate of patient’s arrival.
The A&E department has a meticulous teaching programme for doctors, nurses and paramedics. The department also conducts teaching programmes for medical professionals and lay people in first aid, life support, and various areas of public areas of public health importance, as a part of community outreach activities.