Emergency & Trauma Centre - Facilities
Ten bedded Emergency Room which includes:
- 4 Trauma Beds
- 2 Observation Beds
- 2 Holding Areas
- 1 Heart Command
- 1 Barrier Nursing
Our Emergency Physician (24X7) have the skills of many specialists - the ability to resuscitate a patient (Critical Care Medicine), manage a difficult airway (Anesthesia), suture a complex laceration (Plastic Surgery), reduce (set) a fractured bone or dislocated joint (Orthopedic surgery) treat a heart attack (Cardiology), work-up a pregnant patient with vaginal bleeding (Obstetrics and Gynecology), stop a bad nosebleed (ENT), place a chest tube (Cardiothoracic Surgery), and to conduct and interpret ultrasounds (Radiology) and others.Apollo Emergency Nursing (24x7) care for patients in the emergency or critical phase of their illness or injury. While this is common to many nursing specialties, the key difference is that an emergency nurse is skilled at dealing with people in the phase when a diagnosis has not yet been made and the cause of the problem is not known.