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Pristyn Care sets up ‘COVID-19 Treatment Centre’ with Oxygen Bed

: 12-May-2021     : AP     Source : --

Gurugram, May 12, 2021: To address the ongoing crisis arising from lack of hospital beds, oxygen cylinders and medical professionals in the country, Pristyn Care – a healthcare startup has come forward to set up its first ‘COVID-19 Treatment Centre’ in Gurugram and aims to start its second treatment centre in Bangalore soon.

The Gurugram centre houses 60 beds which are well equipped with oxygen support, medicines and food with a dedicated round the clock medical team of specialist doctors and nursing staff. Patients getting treated can avail diagnostics services such as blood investigations and CT scans through Pristyn Care’s network of government approved labs.

Amid the rising scarcity of oxygen cylinders and hospital beds in the city, Pristyn Care is working day-in and day-out to build a steady supply of oxygen and medicines at the centre. Many of the team members are even travelling to the outskirts of the city to get oxygen cylinders refilled for these COVID patients.

Some of the employees of the company who have recovered from COVID-19 have voluntarily come up to donate plasma for the patients being treated at the centre while others are working to get verified plasma donation leads from their friends, families and extended connections.

Symptomatic COVID-19 patients can avail treatment and care at the centre by registering themselves on the official website www.pristyncare.com/covidcentre or calling on 08792739537.

Key facilities of COVID-19 Treatment Centre by Pristyn Care:

  1. The centre has the facility of oxygen support for patients undergoing treatment
  2. The entire medical and nursing staff is well trained to assist and aid a COVID-19 patient
  3. COVID-19 Care Kit (Masks, Sanitizer, thermometer, Oximeter, etc.) is provided to ensure the safety of patients and medical staff
  4. The medical team will keep the family in the loop with regular health updates
  5. During the stay, the patients will be provided with nutritious meals
  6. Emergency ambulance facility available in case a patient needs to be shifted to a nearby hospital

Harsimarbir Singh, Co-founder, Pristyn Care said, “In times like these, it is our responsibility to support the healthcare community in every possible way and by setting up this ‘COVID-19 Treatment Centre’ we are contributing our bit to the society. Everyone from our medical and operations team who is working at the frontline has put in a lot of effort to make this possible, we are extremely proud to have them with us. We also plan on ramping up and opening additional treatment centres across Bangalore and some other cities.”

Pristyn Care’s ‘COVID-19 Treatment Centre’ strictly adheres to the World Health Organisation and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India’s mandated precautionary and hygiene protocols to ensure the health and safety of its patients, doctors, and staff. Each and every doctor and paramedical staff at the centre is equipped with high quality PPE kits, respirators, N-95 masks, protective eye-gears, head caps, show-covers, gloves, and other such protective equipment.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Pristyn Care has relentlessly worked to extend support to its patients and the general public in every way possible.

From donating medical masks for the safety of the police personnel in Delhi to delivering medicines and COVID-19 essentials such as masks, sanitizers, PPE kits, gloves, oximeters at discounted rates to public, Pristyn Care also provided at-home RT-PCR testing service (testing is followed by complementary online doctor consultation).

Patients across the country can tele-consult via phone/video call with expert doctors of Pristyn Care for any COVID-19 concerns alongside 50+ diseases such as Piles, Hernia, Gallstones, Sinus and more.

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