A 200-bed trauma center will be constructed at King George’s Medical University (KGMU) in Lucknow to provide better and quick medical facilities to accident victims.
The new trauma center at King George’s Medical University (KGMU) in Lucknow will have many facilities for accident victims (Photo: India Today)
- King George’s Medical University in Lucknow will get a trauma center soon
- The old building of the hospital will be demolished for the facility
- The new facility will have a dedicated counter for patients
King George’s Medical University (KGMU) in Lucknow is all set to get a 200-bed trauma center to provide better medical facilities to accident victims. The decision has been taken to provide immediate, specialized medical assistance to those who suffer serious injuries in accidents.
The new 200-bed trauma center would help reduce the waiting time for patients and would provide immediate help for those in need.
KGMU spokesperson Dr Sudhir said that the old building of the hospital will be demolished where the new facility will come up.
TRAUMA CENTER FACILITIES
The new trauma center will have facilities such as digital X-ray, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and a dedicated counter for patients for the process of registration. Patients suffering from injuries in accidents need to register themselves at the center so that they can be provided immediate help.
Apart from this, the new facility will also have a separate lift system along with stretchers for the patients.
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KGMU spokesperson Dr Sudhir told India Today, “We have sent a proposal to build a 200-bed trauma center at King George’s Medical University. We are hopeful that we will get a nod from the concerned authorities to construct the trauma centre. The old and dilapidated portion of the building at KGMU will be razed and foundation stone for the new building will be laid.”
At present, KGMU has 450 beds but, seeing the rise in the number of patients, the authorities have taken a call to expand the facility. The trauma center at the hospital is generally fully occupied due to a huge rush of patients. The hospital administration has sent a proposal to construct a 200-bed trauma center which may be accepted soon.
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