Delhi Govt. gives Dengue related directives to pvt hospitals

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Delhi Govt. gives Dengue related directives to pvt hospitals
Delhi Govt. gives Dengue related directives to pvt hospitals

Delhi Govt. gives Dengue related directives to pvt hospitals

The AAP government has directed private hospitals to cap the rates of tests and asked them to add 10% extra beds as the dengue outbreak worsens. They have also been told to charge half of the hospital’s minimum bed charge for patients on additional beds.
While government hospitals conduct the tests — Elisa-based NS1-antigen, dengue antibody and platelet count checks — for free, the Delhi government asked private hospitals not to charge more than Rs 50 for the platelet count test and Rs 600 for the other two tests. The government says complaints should be registered on the dengue helpline ‘1031’ in case hospitals are found to be overcharging.
The Delhi government has round the clock 24-hour helpline for dengue outbreak. This viral disease victims can phone the call center at 011-23307145 will help in giving correct info about dengue and its treatment. Relief India Trust has taken enough care to make sure the kids at our centers are shielded from the disease and requests Delhi to    take charge of the situation.

 

List of hospitals for dengue in Delhi:

1. Swami Daya Nand Hospital, Shahadra, Delhi
2. Raja Harish Chand Hospital, Narela, Delhi
3. Hindu Rao Hospital , Delhi
4. Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital, Mangol Puri, Delhi
5. BSA Hospital, Rohini, Delhi
6. Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi
7. Malviya Nagar Hospital, Malviya Nagar, Delhi
8. SVB Patel Hospital Patel Nagar
9. ABG Hospital, Moti Nagar, Delhi,
10. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, New Delhi
11. Lok Nayak Hospital, Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg, Delhi
12. Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital, Hari Nagar, Delhi
13. GTB Hospital, Dilshad Garden, Delhi,
14. Chacha Nehru Children Hospital, Geeta Colony, Delhi
15. Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital, Khichirpur, Delhi
16. Maharishi Balmiki Hospital, Pooth Khurd, Delhi
17. Dr. Hedgewar Arogya Sansthan, Karkardooma, Delhi
18. Lady Hardinge Medical College and its associated hospitals.(Sucheeta Kriplani & Kalawati Saran Hospital)
19. Army Hospital R & R Dhaula Kaun
20. Central Hospital, Northern Railway
21. Guru Govind Singh Govt. Hospital, Raghuvir Nagar, Delhi
22. Babu Jagjivan Ram Memorial Hospital, Jahangirpuri, Delhi
23. Bhagwan Mahavir Hospital, Pitampura, Delhi
24. Shastri Park Hospital
25. NC.Joshi Memorial Hospital, Karolbagh, Delhi
26. Kasturbha Hospital, Near Jama Masjid, Delhi
27. Aruna Asaf Ali Hospital, Rajpur Road, Delhi
28. NDMC Charak Palika Hospital, Moti Bagh, New Delhi
29. Rao Tula Ram Memorial Hospital,Jaffarpur, Delhi
30. G.B.Pant Hospital, Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg, Delhi

Last modified: October 14, 2015

16 Responses to :
Delhi Govt. gives Dengue related directives to pvt hospitals

  1. Sudhir Mishra says:

    A nice post..must share this with your near and dear ones

  2. Sanna Verma says:

    Delhi Police have launched a special campaign of blood donation DAAN (Donation and Awareness for Needy) in view of the rising number of dengue cases in the city and increased demand for blood platelets.

    1. Joe Anderson says:

      Good and remarkable attitude of Delhi police by donating blood to save lives from #Dengue ,deserve congratulations. pic.twitter.com/2wn2PTxc3D— Joe Anderson (@joeanderson1980) October 8, 2015

    2. Shahina Sen says:

      “Modi Police” has done good job But CM Kejri inflicting insult on Police force & demoralizing them is busy in 4 times salary hike of MLA and appointing his relative and friends at hefty salary at taxpayers money !!! What to talk about blood donation by them.

  3. Kiran Bala says:

    Yash Chopra died of Dengue which bred in the fountain of his own studios. That is the level of carelessness we show. We let Dengue breed from our homes. Our coolers, flower pots and many such places. Just a little care and all this can be avoided. A drop of kerosene oil in such places will be good to keep dengue away. But we learn the hard way. It is a good thing that this NGO is talking about it. And I seriously hope they are doing what they claim to keep their NGO kids safe. But we all must take precautions. Use odomos or other creams…keep the arms and legs covered.

  4. Shreya Gulati says:

    Are the authorities sleeping??? Dengue, Malaria, such
    diseases spread every year but we are unable to stop them. I guess the pest
    control drives in Delhi are not of much use. The mosquitoes are still breeding.
    Go to North Delhi and you will find so many stagnant water bodies that are
    homes to dengue mosquitoes. And there are people living around these water
    bodies or passing by. NO wonder the toll is so high. Please people, the
    government and authorities are not capable to handle this situation. Lets take
    protective measures. Do not let mosquitoes breed in your homes and colonies.

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