B B Vyas this Sunday stressed that the facilities in Orthopedic and Neurosurgical facilities needs to be enhanced to treat the persons injured due to road traffic accidents so that the precious life can be saved through timely adequate and quality intervention.
He made these remarks while chairing the 52nd meeting of the Governing Body of SMVDNSH, Kakryal, here at SKICC.
Reviewing the progress on organising public outreach programmes by the hospital as part of providing free consultation services to the people nearer their homes, the chairman was informed that 21 such outreach medical camps are being organised by the SMVDNSH at various places in the state during this month, including some of these in the far-flung areas for the benefit of the people at large.
While reviewing status of empanelment of the Superspeciality Hospital Kakryal with various organisations for providing medicare services, the Governing Body was informed that the hospital has already been empanelled with CGHS on reimbursement basis, while its empanelment with ECHS and various other organisations is likely to fructify soon.
The Governing Body also emphasised upon the hospital management to increase the frequency and duration of the reputed visiting consultants from other NH hospitals to the Superspeciality Hospital Kakryal in the required streams in the best interest of the patient care.
Besides, the meeting had a detailed discussion on the feedback and suggestions of the patients and their attendants and stressed that prompt action should be taken on each and every feedback as this would go a long way in continuously improving the delivery systems in the hospital.
The Governing Body while expressing satisfaction on the functioning of this 230-bedded tertiary care hospital, took note of the progressive increase in the number of patients availing diagnostic and treatment facilities at the SMVDNSH, Kakryal and discussed the required short and long term measures for further augmenting these facilities in sync with the emerging requirements of patient care.