NGO sets up COVID-19 help desk at Gandhi Hospital

Hyderabad(Hyd): A city-based non-governmental company has set up helpdesk solutions in the state-owned Gandhi Hospital (3), the nodal center for COVID-19 medication in Telangana (TL). Contributing Hand Foundation (HHF), that works with the underprivileged sections in getting affordable & easily accessible medication in govt hospitals, also has 2 ambulances working under its helpdesk

Aside from Gandhi, support desks also racing in the Dist. Region Hospital (3), King Koti, Osmania Gen. Hospital (3), Govt Nizamia Gen. Hospital (3) & the Govt Chest hospital (3), Erragadda for contributing with COVID -19 medication.

The newly setup HELP DESK in GGH going to have 4 patient counselors & 2 ambulances attached to the desk from 9am to 5pm daily. The counselors in the desk going to help all intra hospital (3) referral, particularly maternity COVID-19 positive instances, &  going to support discharged sufferers in organizing transportation using the ambulances attached to the desk. The volunteers going to also help elderly sufferers in offering patient care & counselling.

The most crucial character of the helpdesk going to be to liaise between confessed instances mostly from dists, as family (4) members of sufferers frequently don’t carry mobile phones & are frequently concerned regarding the health of sufferers. 2 brand-new ambulances were deployed by HHF for patient & body transport.

Recovered sufferers going to be dropped in their own door step in GHMC limits & to close by dists free of charge as numerous sufferers after recovery don’t have the means to foot expenses for transportation. HHF volunteers are also functioning with carrying ladies affected with COVID & who’re detecting it tough to enter maternity solutions within the Modern Govt Maternity Hospital (3), Petlaburj, Govt Society Health center, Barkas & different hospitals.

M. Raja Rao, Supervisor, Gandhi hospital (3), stated that the battle against the COVID-19 has to be a collaborative attempt & we’re quite pleased that & glad that voluntary companies are coming forward to supplement our measures over  the epidemic.

“Numerous healthcare labour are scared to work (5) in COVID hospitals as they fear getting contaminated & is a daunting task to locate committed & trained resources, however we were lucky to have a dedicated & fearless tandem of volunteers in Gandhi to service the needy,” stated Mr. Mujtaba Hasan Askari of Contributing Hand Foundation.