Whereas Peerless Hospital will proceed to depute six consultants, at the least eight nurses and 10 junior medical doctors at its Covid ward that now has simply 21 admitted it is going to return to its 2019 roster for the remainder of the wards. “We now have only a few deliberate surgical procedures or admissions in the course of the Pujas, which permits us to have a smaller workforce. Since there was no spurt in Covid numbers thus far, we count on the development to proceed in the course of the Pujas.
However we won’t cut back the workforce on the ward,” mentioned Peerless Hospital CEO Sudipta Mitra. Final Puja, Peerless needed to cancel medical doctors’ leaves because it had extra 100 Covid patients.
RN Tagore Worldwide Institute of Cardiac Sciences (RTIICS) , too, shall be reverting to its pre-pandemic roster for medical doctors and nurses. However it is going to proceed to have greater than the same old variety of medical doctors and nurses on the Covid ward since instances have elevated barely, in accordance with RTIICS zonal director R Venkatesh.
“We now have 47 Covid beds with an occupancy of 32, with 16 vital care sufferers. If we see a gradual rise in instances, we are going to add extra beds as we now have the infrastructure prepared. For non-Covid wards, although, we are going to return to the pre-pandemic roster,” mentioned Venkatesh.
Medica Superspecialty Hospital has already revived its pre-pandemic roster for non-Covid wards. “We now have simply 26 Covid sufferers now. Admissions will drop sharply in the course of the Puja days, so we are going to permit Puja leaves to our medical doctors and nurses. We are going to name them again in case there’s an sudden spurt both in Covid or non-Covid admissions,” mentioned Medica chairperson Alok Roy.
AMRI Hospitals won’t alter its schedule for medical doctors at non-Covid wards, although. “We are going to keep on with final 12 months’s routine and have a powerful presence of well being employees throughout wards. Whereas the variety of non-Covid sufferers might drop, we are going to accommodate extra Covid sufferers in case there’s a spurt,” mentioned AMRI CEO Rupak Barua.
Ruby Hospital, too, has determined towards reviving its 2019 roster. Like AMRI, it is going to add extra Covid beds and can keep on with its traditional roster for well being employees in the course of the competition. “We could have 25 Covid beds throughout two wards, together with a number of vital care ones. There was a marginal spurt in Covid admissions over the previous few days. So, we aren’t taking it simple,” mentioned Ruby normal supervisor (operations) Subhashish Datta.