Gandhi Hospital Superintendent Raja Rao reacts over complaints on Corona ward
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HYDERABAD: Amidst the Coronavirus scare, Gandhi Hospital Superintendent Raja Rao said that they appointed a committee to solve the problems of Coronavirus patients in the hospital. Speaking to the media, Superintendent Raja Rao said that he visited the Corona isolation ward and received feedback from the Coronavirus patients and added that no negative feedback received till now. He added that 95 children are undergoing treatment in the isolation ward in Gandhi and few children will discharge very soon. He added that pregnant women are recovering from the Coronavirus. Dr Raja Rao said that 19 patients are in ICU and no one is under ventilator and added that two people undergoing dialysis. He added that they are going to improve the facilities in the hospital.
Tags: Corona Virus, COVID-19, Gandhi Hospital, Raja Rao, Telangana,
Fri, Apr 24, 2020, 08:01 AM
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