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24 Hour Emergency Care Hospital in Coimbatore

The Emergency Department at Sri Ramakrishna Hospital stands as a dedicated medical unit, equipped to provide immediate and comprehensive care to individuals in critical and urgent medical situations. With modern facilities and a commitment to delivering compassionate care, we prioritize the well-being of every patient who seeks our assistance. Contact us today.

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Emergency Care Hospital in Coimbatore with World Class Facilities

Also known as ambulance or paramedic services, we offer absolutely top-quality out-of-hospital emergency care in Coimbatore. These are aimed at helping people who either cannot transport themselves to Sri Ramakrishna Hospital or who are in critical condition. Over and above this, it is our aim to provide critical care on-site or during transport, to those who require it. It is our mission to save lives and we are constantly motivated by this.

Our ‘Mobile ICU on Wheels’ are equipped with state-of-the-art life support systems including

  • Ventilators
  • Defibrillators
  • Monitors
  • Continuous Oxygen Supply

Each ambulance also has a doctor on board to ensure the best chance of survival for patients in life-threatening situations. Manned by professionals of the highest expertise, the mobile ICU has saved hundreds of lives over the years for patients that required emergency care in Coimbatore.

Our expertise across specialties helps us deliver comprehensive care which can be the difference between life and death for many a patient. Our trauma specialists are on call 24/7. Our Cardiac specialists ensure that the average door-to-balloon time for an angioplasty is just 60 minutes – far ahead of the internationally acceptable time of 90 minutes. This ensures that many patients have a far greater chance at life in our institution. Our record is no less enviable in the case of other emergency conditions such as strokes.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is emergency treatment so necessary?
Emergency care is an important aspect of the healthcare system, and for many people all over the world, it is their first point of contact. People may arrive for care only when they are symptomatic with an acute sickness or injury, especially if there are logistical or financial impediments to healthcare access.
Until the victim is recovered or a medical team arrives, reassure them. During medical situations, provide immediate first aid to the victims. Identify the warning signs and offer necessary and timely assistance to preserve their lives. While assisting the victim, you can always ask for assistance from others.
As an emergency occurs, first seek out an ambulance or an emergency unit to ensure the victim is brought to the emergency ward without any delay. In an emergency reaching the hospital within the golden window is important to save the victim from any complications.
There are five major steps in the emergency management process it includes, Prevention Mitigation Preparedness Response Recovery
If you think you're having a stroke, you need to see a doctor right away. Treatment right away could lessen the long-term impact of a stroke as it can block the blood flow to the brain and can cause irreversible damage. Over the last ten years, there have been a lot of improvements in how strokes are treated and how many people survive them.
Emergency care is defined as care that must be given right away. Emergency care is defined as care that needs to be given right away. In the emergency room of a hospital, several people with different health problems, some of which are life-threatening and some of which are not, may show up at the same time.

Address

395, Sarojini Naidu Rd, New Siddhapudur, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu 641044.

Opening Hours

We are available

24*7

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