Admission to Inpatient Department (IPD)

    • Upon admission to the department you will be met by a nurse and doctor.
    • Please make sure to report any sensitivity to medications, food and/or blood products.
    • Give the staff a list of the medications you use regularly.
    • During hospitalization medications will be supplied by the nurse. Please do not take medications alone.
    • Please supply as many telephone numbers as possible of family members or others.
    • You will be requested to present former medical documents to help us get a complete medical history.
    • The inpatient departments have different types of hospital rooms with a varying number of beds.
    • Most of the departments have a large room across from the nurses' station with beds for both men and women, for patients in need of intensive surveillance. Some departments have Intensive Care Units.
    • The patient is referred to a particular room in accordance to medical and professional judgment and departmental needs.
    • A bell is located next to each bed and in washrooms and showers to page a nurse when necessary.

General Ward: Care and Environment

People are transferred from the intensive care unit to a general ward when medical staff decide that they no longer need such close observation and one-to-one care. For many people, this move is an important step in their progress from being critically ill to recovering.

General hospital wards are very different from ICU, the biggest difference being fewer nurses to look after many more patients. Nurses can be called with a buzzer by the bed but may not come straight away and some people who have become used to intensive care find this difficult. Here people talk about what it was like for them when they left ICU and went onto a general ward. Their experiences range from those who found this move the most difficult aspect of being in hospital, to those who were happy to be out of intensive care and on to the next stage of their recovery.

Semi Private Ward

It's a room with two beds, two patients usually but the other bed may be empty when you're there. It will have some sort of partition to separate the beds.

Private Ward

    • All in-patients receive treatment by team of Resident Doctors and Nurses, available round the clock, under the supervision and guidance of Faculty Members of BIRDS.
    • Hospital Attendants are available in different wards to help in patient care and related activities.
    • All the wards are fully equipped with modern gadgets & equipments e.g. ventilators, monitors, defibrillators, nebulisers; central O2 & suction supply etc. to provide top quality medical care.
    • Indoor services have central air conditioning, hot and cold water, toilets, portable X-ray machines, ECG services, Generator back up, emergency lights, internal telephone, chairs for attendants etc.
    • Waste disposal is done as per the established rules and utmost care is taken to keep the premises neat and clean. Every inpatient is provided with two attendant passes.
    • Special Investigations like USG, CT, MRI etc. are changed as per the rates approved by Government and revised from time to time.
    • For very poor patients, on recommendation of treating Doctor, the hospital charges may be waived off by Med. Supdt./ his nominee and costly drugs/surgical items may be provided by the hospital.
    • Financial assistance is also available through Prime Minister's Relief Fund, NIAF and other such funds. You may contact Medical Social Service Dept. & Welfare Officer in this regard.
    • Bed linen is changed at the time of admission, thereafter on every alternate day and also whenever required.
    • Facilities provided in private ward - Each room has - attached toilets & bath room, T.V. with cable connection, Refrigerator, A.C., sofas, bed for attendant, chairs and table, geyser, emergency light, phone with incoming facility etc.
    • Destitute unattended patients are provided with attendants from hospital, drugs & surgical items are provided from hospital and all hospital charges are waived.
    • Medical Social Service Officers help in location and calling the relatives/family members of unattended/unknown patients Destitute patients are relocated to some destitute home after discharge from hospital.
    • Short Admissions requiring stay for less than 24 hours are done for minor illness/some
    • Day care facility is available for certain types of operations. e.g.dialysis, endoscopies and similar interventions.
    • Operation Theratres

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