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CMRI hospital resumes elective surgeries after anti-Covid-19 lockdown

CMRI hospital resumes elective surgeries after anti-Covid-19 lockdown

IndiaBlooms | @indiablooms | 10 Jul 2020, 10:47 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: Calcutta Medical Research Institute (CMRI) hospital has resumed the elective surgeries that were put on hold due to the months-long anti-Covid-19 lockdown.

The hospital doctors have to assess the patient's medical history and then further examination is done accordingly.

The hospital said it has been taking all the necessary preventive measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Dr Rakesh Rajput, HOD & Director Department of Orthopaedics CMRI Hospital, said, "Patients should not hesitate to visit us anymore. Now that all the facilities have been availed to almost every part of the city except for the containment zones. We would like to encourage all those in need of medical consultation to visit us.

"We are open to patients at the containment zones as well and are extending help from out end in all possible ways. We are working day-in and out for your well-being and betterment.

"We’ve been treating non-COVID patients at par with the COVID patients because no medical condition is of less importance to us. The elective surgeries were resumed as soon as the lockdown ended and were taken care of at the earliest. We've been making updates on our patient’s health condition even after they have been discharged. Regular check-ups are also offered through online consultations post-surgeries for convenience if physical presence is not necessary."

 

 

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