New Delhi: Guru Harkrishan Institute Of Medical Sciences And Research is Asia's largest kidney dialysis hospital. The ultra-modern and completely high-tech hospital was introduced by Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC). It is situated in Bala Sahib Gurudwara on the Outer Ring Road, Siddharth Nagar in Delhi.
The hospital has come up with a unique system to give 100 per cent free of cost treatment to patients coming from any corner of the world without any discrimination of caste, creed, or gender. The expenditure will be borne by people who contribute to community services, corporate social responsibility and Ayushman Bharat services.
There are a total 100 number of beds available in the hospital. Out of which, 35 are electric chairs. Gurcharanjit Singh, projector incharge of the hospital said, “150 patients have visited the hospital within one day of inauguration.”
He said, “There was a need for a dedicated kidney dialysis hospital as there are a large number of patients. We will provide proper treatment to the patients at the hospital.”
Patients can register themselves online soon on DSGMC's website, till then offline service for registration is available. 500 patients can be treated in one day and a total 14 number of doctors are also available in the hospital, which will be extended according to the need.
The hospital will soon start with a pickup and drop facility, till then 20 ambulances of DSGMC will be in use for emergencies.
In 2007, the whole structure of the hospital was prepared and it took 2.5 months from December 2020 to make it ready with full services. Kar Seva is given by Harbans Singh for this hospital which is spread in 15,000 sqft. DSGMC is planning to extend the service to 500 beds and convert it into multispeciality in the near future.