New Delhi: After three-month suspension, the Out Patient Department (OPD) services at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital will function from July 1, 8 AM to 8 PM, Dr D S Rana, Chairmain (BoM) of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi told news agency ANI. Also Read - Reviving Economy: Delhi Govt Forms Panel to Explore Economic Measures to Help Businesses
On June 4, the Delhi government had declared it a COVID-19 facility and asked it to reserve 80 per cent of the beds for coronavirus patients. Also Read - Scientists Develop Stamp-sized Wearable Device Fitted With Sensors to Monitor Coronavirus Patients
D S Rana, Chairman (Board of Management), SGRH, said, “Although our OPD services will be normal, still we have undertaken sufficient precautions to safeguard the health of patients. All our OPD chambers are located in the Green Covid Safe Zone.” Also Read - 'Learning With Human Feel': Sisodia Says Online Education Might Create Digital Divide
“The hospital will undertake all standard safety protocol measures which will be strictly followed, keeping in mind the safety of our esteemed patients and their attendants,” Rana said.Â
He said that the hospital will ensure best infection control measures and a safe environment to protect the health of the patients.