MP plans ‘mini hospital’ at the PBD convention centre

Bhopal: Ahead of the NRI convention, MGM Medical College and health department officials have mapped 19 hospitals with 37 hotels of the city to provide health services to the guests coming to attend the high-profile diaspora summit.

Officials have also planned to develop a ‘mini hospital’ at the Brilliant Convention Centre with a five-bed facility equipped with an advanced life support system.

The officials have also decided to deploy 30 ambulances,  including nine with advanced life support systems (ALS), and 21 vehicles with basic life support systems (BLS). The ambulances would be deployed mainly at Rajwada, Palasia Square, and Bypass as the movement of guests is expected at Sarafa and Chhapan Dukan.

Along with training the paramedical staff, the officials also chaired a meeting with the hoteliers and the hospital representatives to coordinate with each other also to arrange facilities as per the requirements.

“The NRI convention would be one of the biggest events to be held in Indore and we don’t want to leave any stone unturned to welcome the guests and to provide them with excellent  health facilities. On the basis of the program’s schedule and the movement of the guests, we are planning to deploy ambulances and also medical staff to act in case of emergency,” Dean of MGM Medical College Dr Sanjay Dixit said.

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