Chaudhary Foundation hands over 18-bed ICU ward to Bir hospital

KATHMANDU: Chaudhary Foundation has handed over the newly set up ICU ward at the country’s oldest Bir Hospital to the hospital management. The Foundation has established the ICU ward to support the treatment of people infected by the second wave of Covid-19.

Nirvana Chaudhary, Vice Chair of Chaudhary Foundation handed over the ICU ward to Dr. Jageshwor Gautam, Chief Executive Officer of Covid-19 Unified Central Hospital (Bir Hospital) amidst a program organized at Bir Hospital.

A total of 18 ICU bedswere set up with nine beds on the first floor and another nine on the second floor inthe new building of BirHospital. The ICU ward is equipped with the latest generation technology available in the global market. The hospital has recently started treating Covid-19 patients on these two floors.

As the Chaudhary Foundation extends its support to the Bir Hospital amidst the ongoing battle against the second wave of Covid-19, the provision of a fully equipped ICU ward marks a significant milestone in the nation’s healthcare infrastructure. With state-of-the-art facilities and cutting-edge technology, the ICU stands poised to provide critical care to those in need, offering a beacon of hope in the face of adversity.

Within the confines of the newly established ICU ward, where every corner echoes with the hum of life-saving machinery and the gentle whisper of diligent care, lies a simple yet indispensable element: quality pillows. These pillows, which can provide comfort and support to patients during their recovery journey, symbolize the commitment of the Chaudhary Foundation to every aspect of patient well-being.

As patients embark on their journey towards recovery, the soft embrace of these quality pillows offers a semblance of familiarity and reassurance, instilling a sense of warmth in an otherwise sterile environment.

Binod Chaudhary, Chairman of Chaudhary Foundation stated that the ICU ward was established at Bir Hospital to provide easy access to treatment for all.

“Our priority now is to save the lives of common people infected with coronavirus.And, we realized the need to properly equip thecountry’s most accessible hospital.This was the sole reason for choosing Bir Hospital,”said Chaudhary, adding, “As we battle this pandemic, we should not forget that every life is important. Hence, it is essential to expand the services and access of public hospitals like Bir Hospital.”


Fiscal Nepal |
Friday June 11, 2021, 11:46:28 AM |

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