The Guru Harikshan Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Kidney Dialysis Hospital opened by Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee has been inaugurated today.
It is India’s first hi-tech kidney dialysis hospital, and it will treat patients for free. DSGMC chief Manjinder Singh Sirsa told a news agency that this is the first hospital where there will be no cash counter. There will just be a registration counter for sick patients from whom no money will be taken.
The hospital has 50 beds and 50 electric chairs. This has been done because during dialysis, if a patient feels boredom or discomfort on the bed, then he can also sit on the chair.
“The machines and all the equipment installed here are sourced from Germany. All the machines are modern as well as equipped with the latest technology,” he said.
It is a 100-bed kidney dialysis hospital where up to 500 patients can undergo dialysis every day.
The hospital will welcome patients from all parts of the country. There will be a facility for kidney dialysis for about 500 patients in a day. Dialysis of a patient lasts for about 3-4 hours, in such a situation, people will be able to get treatment on 100 beds alternately.
The hospital has hired well-known doctors of the country. Some well-known nephrologists from South India have also been recruited.
Since the hospital has been opened in Banglasahib Gurdwara itself, the patients will have the privilege to listen to the Guruvani all day. Along with that, food and drink will also be free for the family members apart from the patients. Food for them will come from the anchor of the gurudwara.