An Emergency can strike anyone, anywhere, anytime. This is an undeniable universal truth that a few minutes can mean the difference between life and death. The only thing standing in between is timely medical care. Most people do not plan for a medical emergency, although everyone may have one at a point of time in their lives.
At Sarvodaya Hospital’s Centre for Emergency & Trauma, we imbibe the hospital’s philosophy of ‘Good Health for All’ & aim to provide timely, efficient, & affordable care to all. The Centre for Emergency & Trauma at Sarvodaya Hospital is a 21 bedded state of the art facility dealing with a wide spectrum of patients with acute and life threatening emergencies for initial evaluation, resuscitation, treatment, investigation, stabilization, monitoring and disposition. It is also Delhi-NCR’s 1st NABH accredited Emergency Department.
Located on the Ground floor, it is strategically planned to provide easy and uninterrupted access from outside for the transfer of patients on stretchers or wheelchairs, and also has a dedicated path for ambulance and private vehicles.
The emergency department is backed by a team of qualified and highly experienced consultants, trained BLS & ACLS Certified EMOs & Nurses, DNB residents, nurses, paramedics, housekeeping and security, committed to providing quality emergency care, a team which works together to ensure the highest level of comprehensive care for emergency & trauma cases.
The Emergency department has a meticulous teaching programme for doctors, nurses and paramedics and also conducts teaching programmes for medical professionals and lay people in first aid, life support, and various areas of public health importance, as a part of community outreach activities.
Furthermore, the department also has a DNB Program, a Three-Year Postgraduate Programme in Emergency Medicine to prepare a new generation of leaders in Emergency medicine who are up-to-date with the developments in their field, are oriented towards research and training and are trained to work according to international standards and protocols.
The Centre is reputed to respond the fastest in times of accidents, heart attacks, paralytic strokes and such other life-threatening circumstances, thus proffering optimum chances of survival and recovery to the affected. At Sarvodaya Hospital & Research Centre, strictest adherence to evidence based treatment protocol results in not more than 0.5 % of the emergency cases requiring revisit for further treatment.
SARVODAYA HOSPITAL PERFORMANCE
Door to Doctor time
0 - 120 minutes
0 - 20 minutes
Door to ECG time
LESS THAN 10 MINUTES
35 - 40%
of the cases
>95 % of the cases
Heart Attack (Acute STEMI)
Door to Balloon time
LESS THAN 90 MINUTES
50 - 75 %
of the cases
>85 % of the cases
Acute Ischaemic Stroke
Door to Thrombolysis time
LESS THAN 60 MINUTES
25 - 35 %
of the cases
>75 % of the cases
Revisit to A&E with similar complaints within 72 hours
of the cases
<0.5 % of the cases
Accidents & Trauma Services: Sarvodaya Hospital is a Level 1 trauma center providing a multidisciplinary, extensive emergency medical service to trauma patients with the highest level of care. It has in- house surgical specialists and subspecialists (surgeons, neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, plastic surgeons, anesthesiologists) available to treat even the most severe cases round the clock.
All Medical & Surgical Emergencies, across all Specializations;
Poisoning cases including Medico-Legal Cases: The centre is equipped with efficient staff to handle poisoning cases and to evaluate medico-legal cases.
Triage of patients including Disaster Planning: The patient triage department is equipped with the best technology to handle a large number of emergency patients effectively and smoothly.
Burns (up to 20%): The best emergency team & medical facilities support the centre by treating burn patients with up to 20% burns.
Go immediately to the Accident & Emergency for:
Urgent Care Centre for:
Defibrillator & Resuscitation Equipment: We use the latest enhanced Defibrillators that can restore a normal heartbeat by sending an electric shock to the heart. The device is often used to rectify arrhythmia when heartbeats go uneven or slow down or get faster.
Ventilator: To support the emergency patients, we have the latest technology enhanced ventilators which are capable enough to provide mechanical ventilation to the patients unable to breathe sufficiently. Portable Ventilators
ABG: We have the best Arterial Blood Gas Determination (ABGs) technology that is required to monitor derangements in acid-base balance, oxygenation, and ventilation for critically ill patients.
USG: Point of care bedside ultrasound machine. Our diagnosis facility has the best ultrasound scan test which is required to treat emergency cases.
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