Max Group’s Antara Starts COVID Care Facility For Seniors

The current medical facility offers 40 rooms, managed by Antara’s medical staff led by doctors and nurses.

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Antara, a part of the $3 bln Max Group, and Hyatt Regency, Delhi have started holistic medical stays for treating COVID positive Seniors who are asymptomatic or exhibiting mild symptoms.

Antara will be providing complete care for COVID patients through 24×7 monitoring by its in-house medical staff, medical administration set-up and oxygen support at the facility in South Delhi.

The current medical facility offers 40 rooms, managed by Antara’s medical staff led by doctors and nurses. The package includes complete care, vital monitoring, medical administration, access to medical equipment and oxygen along with healthy, balanced meals all in a safe, sanitised and isolated environment.

The facility will only accept patients who:

  • Are conscious, stable and are accepting oral intake
  • Have SPO2 (oxygen) concentration of 93% or above
  • Have HRCT CORADS score (ascertained through CT scan of chest) with less than 50% lung involvement
  • Aren’t experiencing any incontinence

Commenting on the partnership, Rajit Mehta, CEO and MD, Antara said, “As a senior care company, Antara has been focused on delivering solutions to ensure safety and ease of life for seniors. Since the start of the pandemic, Antara has been at the forefront of providing solutions for seniors’ varied needs through its Care at Home and Care Home verticals. We understand that vulnerable seniors who test positive for COVID need greater intervention on a daily basis. Through this partnership we have created comprehensive COVID care solutions for seniors.”

The residents will also have access to other Antara services that they might need such as diagnostic and radiology (X-rays) tests, avail additional oxygen support to combat underlying conditions and existing comorbidities. Once the patients are on the mend, they may also avail physiotherapists’ and dieticians’ services to help speed up their recovery process. 

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