Delhi Hospitals

The hospitals working under Directorate of health Services, Delhi are:

* Guru Gobind Singh Govt. Hospital
* Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital
* Maharishi Balmiki Hospital
* Malviya Nagar Colony Hospital
* Moti Nagar Colony Hospital
* Patel Nagar Colony Hospital
* Roa Tula Ram Memorial Hospital
* Attar Sain Jain Hospital
* Baba Saheb Ambedkar Hospital
* Babu Jagjivan Ram Memorial Hospital
* Dr. N. C. Joshi Memorial Hospital

Accidents and Injuries (Trauma)

Delhi has special establishments that provide emergency services in case of accidents, immediate medical care and emergency medical treatments. In case of emergency, you can either call Centralized Accidents and Trauma Services (CATS) or Police control room or the Ambulance. You can also take the patient to the nearest hospital or the Sushruta Trauma Center near ISBT. Major hospitals offering intensive care (ICU) and other emergency medical treatment are:

Burns

Burns need quick and prompt medical care. In case of an emergency, you can take the patient any of the following hospitals:

* AIIMS
* Hindu Rao Hospital, Civil Lines
* ESI Hospital, Basai Darapur
* Deen Dayal Hospital, Hari Nagar
* Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital, Dilshad Garden
* Lok Nayak Hospital, Delhi Gate
* Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, New Delhi
* Safdarjang Hospital

Drowning

You can call fire service (101) or the Police Control Room (100) or the Centralised Ambulance or Trauma Services (1099) for help. You can take the patient to any of the hospitals mentioned above for instant and quality treatment.

In case of minor injuries or accident one may contact:

* Swami Dayanand Hospital, Shahdara
* Babu Jagjivan Ram Hospital, Jahangir Puri
* Lal Bahadur Hospital, Khichdi Pur
* Aruna Asaf Ali Hospital, Civil Lines
* Guru Gobind Singh Hospital, Raghubir Nagar
* Charak Palika Hospital, Moti Bagh
* Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital, Rohini
* RaoTula Ram Hospital, Jafar Pur Kalan

If you find an injured person who needs immediate medical care, you can take him to any of the above mentioned hospitals. You don't have to disclose your identity for taking an injured person to any of the hospitals in Delhi.

Dog Bite

If you come across a condition when a dog has bitten some one then the first thing you should do is wash the affected area with water and soap. Take the affected person to the nearest hospital for treatment. Rabies vaccination is easily available at medical stores and at all government hospitals in Delhi.

Unconsciousness

Unconsciousness is a serious condition when a patient feels restlessness due to an injury or trauma. It may also occur due to excessive poisoning and other diseases like cerebrovascular accidents, hypertension, diabetes mellitus etc.

Government and private hospitals in Delhi are geared to cater any such cases. So it is advisable to take the patient to the nearest hospital for immediate care.

Heart Attack

Heart attack is a critical case which normally occurs in mid age people where a patient feels anxiety and reports severe pain in chest, breathlessness, sweating, anxiety and sudden unconsciousness.

Delhi has world fame Cardiologic facilities with a track record of high success rate as compared to other countries. People from different countries visit these hospitals for treatment.

Some of the major hospitals with Intensive Cardiac Care (ICCU) facilities:

* Sucheta Kriplani Hospital, Panchkuian Road
* Safdarjang Hospital
* AIIMS
* Hindu Rao Hospital, Civil Lines
* ESI Hospital, Basai Darapur
* Deen Dayal Hospital, Hari Nagar
* Escorts Heart and Research Institute, Okhla, New Delhi
* Lok Nayak Hospital, Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg
* GB Pant Hospital, Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg
* Guru Teg Bahdur Hospital, Shahdara

For Medical Emergency

Delhi has dispensaries all across the city. A patient can be taken to a nearby dispensary from 8.00 AM to 2.00 PM.

Outbreak of Diseases

In case of any outbreak of a particular disease like measles, chickenpox, dengue haemorrhagic fever, cholera, jaundice, etc., you can report to the District Nodal Officers of the area or to the nearest healthcare. For dengue haemorrhagic fever, one can also contact the National Institute of Communicable Diseases at 22, Shamnath Marg directly.

There is a control room for such outbreaks of diseases under the Directorate of Health Services. One can call these control rooms on 3722187 and 7179281 at any time of the day.

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