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Kutiyana Memon Hospital inaugurates state-of-the-art Covid-19 Ward



KARACHI: To respond to the developing situation and support the Government in its efforts to flatten the curve, the Kutiyana Memon Hospital has stepped up its efforts and established a dedicated Covid-19 Ward within the hospital in Karachi. Dr. Abdul Bari, Haji Rafiq Pardesi and Ahmed Chinoy inaugurated the facility where the civil society was also present.

The Ward has a 30-bed facility, an isolation ward with oxygen and an intensive care unit (ICU) with five ventilators for providing state-of-the-art services to patients for treating the cases of the pandemic. Mr. Aqeel Karim Dhedhi appreciated the availability of the necessary equipment and medicines there.

The Ward will be used for housing only the verified cases of COVID-19.  There will be separate entry and exit passages for doctors, nurses and paramedical staff at the isolation ward.

On this occasion, Dr Abdul Bari, CEO Indus Hospital appreciated the efforts of KMH and was delighted that Indus Hospital Module is finally making its way. He also thanked all who worked tirelessly to ease and facilitate the people of the city.

Haji Rafiq Pardesi urged philanthropists and charities to make donations so that the isolation ward remains functional for as long as it is needed. He said the facility has been established following the World Health Organization’s safety guidelines against the spread of the coronavirus.

The Kutiyana Memon Hospital – Covid-19 Ward vision is to provide quality healthcare services absolutely free to the under-served members of the nation. In this time of national emergency, they have geared up to stand with the Government to fight against this pandemic.

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