Amrita Hospital Gear Up to Treat COVID-19 Patients

In the wake of the spike in COVID-19 cases in Kochi, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS) has set up a separate COVID-19 hospital, exclusively for treating positive cases. According to the AIMS, the 32-bed hospital at Njarakkal will start functioning from next week. The three-storey community healthcare center of AIMS is equipped with 27 beds and five ICU ventilator beds.

AIMS Community Hall at Njarackal Functions as a COVID Treatment Facility

With the COVID-19 cases increasing in Ernakulam, Kerala, Health Department of Kerala started taking measures to introduce third phase. As a part of the plan, they have started a COVID treatment facility at the AIMS Community Hall at Njarackal. The infrastructure and manpower required for operating the facility are being provided by Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS), Kochi.

28 Maldivian Patients Travel to India for Critical Medical Care at Amrita Hospital

28 Maldivians travelled to India for critical medical care. It has been confirmed that their treatment will be at Amrita Institute of Medical Science (AIMS), Kochi. Officials from the institute received the patients and companions from the airport. The patients are to stay at an accommodation block at AIMS during the quarantine period, and will be undergoing treatment during the period as well.