NTPC is increasing the capacity of hospitals while Covid-19 cases are increasing

Public sector power generation company NTPC has taken several steps in the country amidst the growing transition of Kovid-19 with increasing the existing capacity of its hospitals. The company is expanding the capacity of its seven hospitals to treat Kovid-19 infected patients, NTPC said in a statement.

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It has contracted with Apollo Hospitals for its ‘Kawach’ facility, which has provided adequate relief to Kovid-infected patients, as they are now able to seek better treatment while remaining homeless. According to the statement, NTPC’s medical unit is in constant contact with state-of-the-art hospitals throughout the country and is doing its best to ensure good hospitalization and critical care despite the current crisis.

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The NTPC power plant and project site are assisting employees with critical route airflow to critical patients on priority basis. A separate Kovid-19 helpline has been launched for NTPC’s current and retired employees and their families. Through this number, they can obtain information about screening centers and potential treatment centers in government and NTPC hospitals. NTPC has instructed its employees to use e-counseling application for telemedicine so that they can avoid going to hospitals and protect themselves from infection.

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A vaccine campaign is being organized at all the company’s project sites so that all employees and their family members can get the vaccine. NTPC collaborates with AIMS. Under this, senior doctors of this prestigious hospital have informed all staff and their family members about the symptoms and behavior of the virus through webinars and implemented effective measures to combat it. NTPC believes that our campaign against Kovid-19 will only succeed with proper planning and teamwork.

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