ISLAMABAD: National Command and Operation Centre to increase additional 1000 oxygenated beds for capacity building and enhancement of critical health care system in major cities of provinces across the country by end of June.
NCOC will ensure fast track approval for enhancing health care capacity particularly critical healthcare.
To support Healthcare workers who are front line heroes against COVID-19 package will be finalized today.
In context with Covid-19, Frontier Works Organization (FWO) constructed Isolation Hospital and Infectious Treatment Centre (IHITC) in Islamabad on behalf of National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) and National Institute of Health (NIH) on Turnkey basis. The 250 bedded prefabricated state of the art hospitals would be used to treat not only Coronavirus infected patients under best available equipment and medication but also be available for treatment of other infectious diseases. Construction work on the project was completed within 35 days.
The IHITC Islamabad consists of five wards having single rooms and an ICU each, two general wards, Emergency department, Diagnostics, Radiology and Pathology Laboratory besides a mortuary and incinerator. It has specialized HVAC (Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning) and sewerage system, CCTV, intercom, HIMS (Health Information Management System) & LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System), Fire and smoke detection system, RO plant, Kitchen, doctors’ accommodation and a mosque are part of this wonderful facility.
To support Healthcare workers who are front line heroes against COVID-19 package will be finalised today .
NCOC through NDMA dispatched 52 ventilators. Received by provincial Govt. To meet additional/ contingency requirements another tranche of 50 additional vents will delivered in next 48-72 hours. NCOC in consultation with provincial administration to increase additional beds capacity.
We are training human resource for operationalization of the beds
Enhancing of beds capacity at
Mardan, Noshera, Swabi & Peshawar hospitals
72 additional vents in last one week prepared a detailed contingency plan in place Additional beds for covid patients in progress.
Trying to increase additional beds by 3rd week June
10 vents received. Installed. Working on human resource to meet additional requirements.
No pressure on health care system
62 vents available.
10 additional being given