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The reproductive department and dietetic department of Bansal Hospital organized Garbh-Sanskar Program on June 22, 2019, in which the recipe contest was kept. The recipes were organized in three contests, which are as follows: Antenatal Women, Husband, Dietitian, and live cooking demonstration. In which Nutritionist chef Nidhi Dewan cooked various types of Healthy recipes, all the participants were told to participate with enthusiasm In this program, a unique effort to raise awareness about the postal diet taken in pregnancy is invited on the tip of the guest , including Mrs. Pooja Bansal, Doctor Priya Bhave Chittarwar, Doctor Pallavi Agrwal, Smt. Amita Singh, Smt. Selja Trivedi, Nidhi Diwan etc. were there.
Sufal program was held on 18 May 2019
Both emergency and routine admissions are facilitated through Customer Care at the reception. On deciding the preferred room type, you will be required to fill in the inpatient consent form. All clarifications regarding the consent form will be addressed by Customer Care. After signing the consent form and completing admission formalities, you will be escorted to the room. Admissions are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The pre-operative anesthetic check-up is done for all patients undergoing any procedure, to ensure safety and fitness for the surgery.
A doctor will discuss with you about your health and give you pre-operative instructions. The nurse will carry out the pre-operative care, as per directions from the surgeon and anesthesiologist.
In some cases, the patient may need to come to the hospital a few days before surgery for all tests. During this visit, the patient will be fully evaluated by the surgeon and anesthesiologist and certain laboratory/radiology tests would be conducted. The information obtained at this visit is important to provide the safest possible care during surgery.
An admission kit is available in the room for use. The kit contains basic toiletries that is required during the stay at the hospital.
Room transfers subsequent to admission are possible subject to availability. For any such requests, please inform the nurse station.
The finance counselor will share an estimate of your treatment and also the initial deposit amount. The Customer Care department will keep you appraised on the necessity to ‘top up’ your deposits as and when required. Deposits can be made in cash or by credit card. Please note that personal cheque will not be accepted.
Please get in touch with the insurance desk at Customer Care to avail cashless facility through the Third Party Administrator (TPA).
As a policy, only one companion is allowed per patient. Patient companion will not be permitted overnight stay in the five bedded rooms. Patients admitted in the ICU, Labor ward, OT recovery and other critical areas, will not be allowed to have a companion stay with them. However, companions may visit them periodically at specific times. Please ask the Customer Care for details of visiting hours. Once the patient is shifted from room to the ICU / OT / Labor wards, the patient’s attendants will have to vacate the room with immediate effect. The Customer Care department will assist your companion with accommodation near the hospital.
Pack lightly when you come to the hospital for admission. You will be required to wear appropriate hospital attire, which will be provided to you during your stay. Please do not carry excess cash and valuables with you. The hospital will not bear any responsibility for loss of personal belongings or valuables.