Prateek Laurel: Medical facility inaugurated for residents, staff
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Prateek Laurel: Medical facility inaugurated for residents, staff

Prateek Laurel has set a great example by opening a medical facility, said NOFAA

Prateek Laurel: Medical facility inaugurated for residents, staff

Noida: A medical centre was inaugurated at Prateek Laurel, a residential society in Sector 120, Noida in association with SRS Multi Speciality Hospital on Sunday. The Hospital Aapke Dwar Medical Centre was opened in the upper basement of Tower B.

The society already had a separate Covid isolation facility which was set up in the club.

The SRS Multi Speciality Hospital in Sector 70, Noida is empanelled by Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS). The facility was opened as a pilot project by the hospital in response to the idea of Prateek Laurel Apartment Owners Association (PLAOA).

All the medical facilities including nursing will be available between 12 pm to 5 pm. Other than various emergency injections, IV facilities will also be there. An ambulance will stay parked in the  Prateek Laurel campus 24X7 along with a sample collection facility available on the premises.

Medical specialists will visit the ward on different days of the week. The facility is spread over  approximately 1,500-2,000 sqft area.

“The OPD schedule will be shared with the residents every week. It was agreed that the hospital will arrange Covid vaccines in the Prateek Laurel facility regularly to speed up vaccination. The main SRS Multi Speciality Hospital is fully equipped with an oxygen plant to deal with new cases. As per the hospital, they have treated and cured nearly 350 corona patients so far,” said Prabhat Vats, Secretary, PLAOA.

CitySpidey talked to President of Noida Federation of Apartment Owners Associations (NOFAA) Rajiva Singh who was present during inauguration of the medical facility. He said, “Preteek Laurel society has set a great example for highrise societies by opening a medical facility. This will benefit hundreds of residents, senior citizens, domestic helpers and other staff of the society.”

“Going forward, this pilot project can also be replicated in other NOFAA highrise societies to benefit a larger population of Gautam Budh Nagar,” he added.