Trauma Care Centre: Well-prepared for influx of patients
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Trauma Care Centre: Well-prepared for influx of patients

March 9, 2021


I had gone to the Trauma Care Centre on KRS road for taking my vaccine shot. The new centre was well-prepared for the influx of patients.

Proper arrangements were in place for registration, chairs were placed in queue, facilitating senior citizens to sit and proceed with registration.

There were four rooms for vaccination, each with an attendant to guide the patient, with a nice waiting area. Post-vaccination areas were two large halls with a bed in each and lots of chairs, with a doctor, nurse, emergency medicines etc.

The doctors, nurses and all the staff were smiling and courteous, hats off to them and the health department.

– Prof. D.S. Ramakrishna Rao, Mysuru, 3.3.2021

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