Nayati Healthcare & Research Pvt Ltd has dedicated 200 beds for the treatment of COVID-19 patients at their flagship hospital, Nayati Medicity in Mathura. The 200 beds comprise 102 dedicated ICU and HDU beds along with 98 isolation beds. The announcement is part of its strategy to contain and tackle the growing number of cases in the state which is amongst the top 5 presently.
Nayati Medicity, is a 377 beded comprehensive super-specialty quaternary care hospital at Mathura with seven Centres of Excellence and 14 Speciality departments, including a state of the art facility for end to end treatment of cancer center in a Tier 3 city. It is the first of its kind tertiary care super speciality equipped hospital serving a large community and is NABH accredited.
Chairperson & Promoter, Ms Niira Radia said, “The responsibility of dealing with such a pandemic cannot be only with the public healthcare system, the private sector is playing an equal. Considering the steep rise in the number of Corona virus 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.
Considering that we are the only advanced critical care centre in this part of the region, and in the wake of corona virus, we have reoriented our hospital and our teams. We have segregated and equipped ourselves with 102 ICU beds, and 98 isolation and high dependency beds. We have equipped ourselves to serve over 1500 -2000 COVID patients in an 8/12 week period which includes critical care too. Three levels of triaging has been prepared and patients in triage are being screened in separate zones being set up. In the 1st phase the 70 bed isolation area will be used which has 70 beds of which ICU beds equipped with ventilator and ECMO.
Nayati Hospital Agra has been converted into a level 1 Quarantine Centre on request of the UP Government. Mathura will handle all the level II & III Covid cases. There is a strong commitment from our 1200 team members who cut across all specialities, nurses para meds – support services etc, to participate and fight this menace together. Additionally, the Nayati Campus, home to the Nayati doctors and paramedics, who have come to this region from all across the country to make Mathura, Vrindavan their home for the last 4 years, will act as the satellite campus providing food and lodging to external teams, who join to support if the need arises.”
The hospital has developed and implemented an isolation process for COVID cases, so that it does not impact the functioning of the hospital emergency services and other essential services including segregation of lifts and other facilities, so that patients that come in emergency for other critical illnesses are not impacted.