Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Oking Hospital Day Care inaugurated


To cater to patients in Northern II side of the State Capital, Oking Hospital Day Care Centre was inaugurated at North point, Khikha Rüleizou (High School) here on Sunday by former chief minister Dr Shürhozelie Liezietsü.
Speaking on the occasion, he acknowledged the initiative of opening a day care hospital for the people of the area and expressed hope that the hospital would cater to the needs of all.
Liezietsü encouraged doctors and nurses to continue providing their service to humanity, while lauding them for putting the patients’ needs first and at the centre of their focus.
The day care centre is aimed at catering to the needs of working people, who could visit after returning from their daily work for late evenings medical consultationsfor any ailment, including chronic diseases. It is intended to provide immediate access to healthcare facility for pain, fever, injuries, accidents or even more serious conditions and later shifted such patients to a proper hospital or the main hospital at Oking.
The centre features diagnostic unit with state-of-the-art facilities with four outpatient departments (OPDs), emergency services and eight day care beds along with nursing facilities –injections, IVFs, dressings, stitching/suturing, including a minor operation theatre.
It also has a high dependency unit (HDU) where ICU-like care can be provided for a short duration before shifting a patient to a hospital. The HDU has oxygen, monitors, ventilators along with laboratory services, ECG diagnostics facility and radiology service, including digital x-rays, ultrasound andechocardiography.
The inaugural programme was chaired by Dr Vivotsolie Mor, while the welcome address was pronounced by Dr Kejavisa Savino, special number by a nurse team and vote of thanks by managing director Dr Vikethonyü Kesiezie.
Pastor Shan Kikon pronounced the dedication and prayer on the occasion.


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