ABOUT THE COVID CARE UNIT

SRMSIMS is the dedicated COVID hospital of L3 level in the whole Rohilkhand Region. It is an authorized centre by the Government and also a referral centre for 5 districts namely Bareilly, Badaun, Pilibhit, Shahjahanpur, Lakhimpur. Any COVID patient who has been clinically assigned as ‘severe’ can be admitted.

400 Beds Dedicated for COVID Patients with Oxygen Supply

Non AC, AC, Semi-private, Private & Deluxe Rooms Available

20 COVID ICUs with Ventilators

1300+ Healthcare Workers Involved

 

 

OTHER FACILITIES
  • NABL Accredited True NAT testing facility for COVID-19 testing
  • Rapid Antibody testing, IL-6 testing
  • Advance High Flow Nasal Cannula (HFNC) machines in ICU
  • Dedicated dialysis machine for COVID patient in ICUs
  • Plasma Therapy and other advance therapies for severe COVID patients,
  • Plasma Apheresis machine for plasma donation
  • Specialized diet plans for patients
  • Central COVID Control Room for attendants and family members to provide regular upkeep of
ABOUT
SRMS IMS
Shri Ram Murti Smarak Institute of Medical Sciences (SRMS IMS) was established in 4th July’ 2002. It is a multispecialty hospital which is centrally air-conditioned and has 950 beds. It is established in an area of 30 acres of land in sprawling and pollution-free environment.

 

 

COST OF
TREATMENT

Free treatment is provided to patients referred by District Health Authorities and a highly cost-effective rate is offered to self approached patients as notified by the Government.

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TESTIMONIALS

Hear what our Corona warriors have to say


HAPPY PATIENTS

Doctor's visit, medication and food delivery etc all are very good. Staff were punctual and caring.

Tikam Singh

All required services and things was available in Covid ward. Everyone in hospital were follow safety precaution and available all the time in ward

Seema

I was worried when i found covid positive, but good treatment and counseling by SRMS staff and doctors help me to fight such situation and now I am good and healthy.

Vineet Kumar

Staff of SRMS was very helpful at reception , billing counter etc, We didn't face any problem in whole process of admission & discharge. Doctors and nursing were as per our expectation. Thanks to all for their support

Rubi

During my treatment I found the Doctors and all. support staff very cordial. They were always encouraging me that I would get well . Even the dietician was often calling for likes of meals. On the whole, I would like to thank the Management, attending Doctors and staff for taking care of me

Daya Nand Kumar

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A SNEAK PEEK INTO OUR BATTLE
AGAINST COVID
  • A SNEAK PEEK INTO OUR BATTLE
    AGAINST COVID

    Plasma therapy is an experimental approach to treat COVID positive patients and help them recover faster. The therapy, considered to be safe and promising has been used in several places across India and the world. It can be done frequently as it does not pose any danger or make a person deficient in any manner.

    A recovered COVID-positive patient is considered to gain enough proteins, called antibodies which helps the body fight infection from the root. Once this plasma is transfused to critically ill Covid 19 patient, antibodies start fighting the virus and speeding up recovery.

    Even though the therapy is extremely effective, plasma donation has a certain limitation as to who can or cannot donate. Only people who weigh over 50 kilograms, women who are nulliparous (have not had children), have healthy haemoglobin levels, do not have pre-existing health conditions such as diabetes, uncontrolled blood pressure levels are allowed to donate plasma. Individuals who are found to be positive for HIV, hepatitis B, C, E, and HTLV-1, undergoing cancer are also asked to refrain from the donation.