No.1 Multi Specialty Hospital in Thanjavur

Patient Care and Health

Quality Health Care

Quality Control Care
    • We have been accredited with the NABH (entry level)

 

    • ISO 9001:2015 Certified – Meaning quality at all levels

 

    • We have been accepted by most of the insurance schemes – Including cashless

 

    • For those who speak only Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Urdu, Arabic, English or French we have translators at NPHRI

 

  • We have well equipped laboratories Radiology Facilities with digital radiographs, CT scanners, high-end Ultrasound facilities

Intensive Care Units

Upto date Intensive  Care unit  merges the  intensive treatment with all medical and surgical specialitites to increase the  survival of a critically ill patient.

Thoroughy  organised  Intensive  Care unit is a must  to reduce mortality of the patients, to reduce the hospital stay (Average Length Of  Stay) and thereby reduce the cost of the treatment  and to reduce hospital acquired  infection.

Continous training of paramedics in caring for such critically ill patients is a necessity now a days. We at NPHRI have a separate wing of IMA approved paramedical college which teaches steps of treatment in critical care consistently. Our staff are sensitised towards suffering humanity especially those who are totally unconscious and struggling for life. We are proud to have these sensitized and caring staff to man our Intensive Care unit.

Careful consideration in getting good barrier system to prevent hospital acquired infection by the patient during their stay. These include regular washing of hands between examination/ procedures on a patient .Wearing of sterile aprons and  gloves and masks are a must in Intensive  Care units. The number of personnel inside the Intensive  Care units is strictly controlled and the visitors are allowed to interact with the intensivist to explain the nature of the illness of the patient and the status. We have a mechanism by which the infected material are safely handled and disposed. The sharps are carefully collected and disposed safely .The cycle of infection is cut by thorough chemical treatment of the soiled linen, using modern drying methods and also using autoclaves to the best levels. This process is supervised directly by the nursing superintend and is advised by Intensive  Care physicians and anaesthetists.

Treatment details and events in the treatment of a particular patient is handed over  according to protocols   to the next intensive care team to avoid errors in Intensive Care units and every member of the intensive care team will be able to identify the problem in the particular patient.

Emergency Care

    • The emergency rooms in the NPHRI hospital follow standard medical protocols.

 

    • NPHRI Emergency Care has been fashioned to function as a methodical manner .

 

    • NPHRI have fully equipped ambulances with well equipped and manned by trained workforce who can handle life – threatening emergencies.

 

    • The ambulances are monitored by a control room and the movement of a sick patient is intimated to the ICU and casually team so as to make the reception and care of the sick and injured quick and safe.

 

  • The medical officers and other para medics for in-hospital care are trained rigorously to follow standard medical protocols including the ATLS.
Emergency Care
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