Nayati Medicity Mathura & Nayati Hospital Agra converted into a Quarantine Centre for coronavirus cases
In its attempt to fight the Covid-19 pandemic, Nayati Healthcare, the largest private medical care provider in Uttar Pradesh, has recently dedicated 200 beds to its flagship hospital, Nayati Medicity Mathura. The move is aimed at keeping a check on the increasing number of Covid-19 cases in Uttar Pradesh. These 200 beds include 102 dedicated HDU and ICU beds, along with 98 isolation beds.
According to Nayati Healthcare Chairperson Niira Radia, the ongoing Covid-19 crisis calls for robust efforts from the private and public healthcare system. The onus of dealing with it lies with both of them.
“Considering the steep rise in the number of Coronavirus cases in the country and Uttar Pradesh contributing substantially to those numbers, we are fully geared for treatment of COVID patients at Nayati Medicity Mathura and Agra,” says Niira Radia.
“Being the only advanced critical care centre in the region, we have reoriented our centres and teams in wake of coronavirus pandemic. We have segregated and equipped ourselves with 102 ICU beds, and 98 isolation and high dependency beds,” she added.
Nayati Healthcare is equipped to serve over 1500-2000 Covid-19 patients in an 8/12 week period, which includes critical care too. “Three levels of triaging have been prepared and patients in triage are being screened in separate zones being set up. In the first phase, a 70-bed isolation area will be which has ICU beds equipped with ventilator and ECMO,” explains Niira Radia.
For talking the Covid-19 cases effectively, Nayati Hospital Agra has been converted into a Level 1 Quarantine Centre. Level 2 and Level 3 coronavirus cases will be handled by Nayati Medicity Mathura, which is a 377-bedded comprehensive super specialty quaternary care hospital.