Intensive Coronary Care Unit.
Medical Intensive Care Unit.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Modern Radiology with Advanced Spiral CT Scan.
Modern Pathology Laboratory & Blood Bank.
Advanced Ultrasonology, Colour Doppler & Ecocardiography.
Modern Dialysis Unit.
Ambulance service round the clock.
Modern ENT & EYE Unit
TMT, Modern Dental Unit
Fully equiped Labour Room & OT.
24 Hour Emergency Services available for all kind of emergency cases.
In house 24 hour CATERING service.
Expansion of Beds upto 250
The Guru Nanak Hospital and Research Centre will be a multitude of specialties at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels. Besides routine clinical disciplines the diagnostic and therapeutic facilities offered will include Radiology, Pathology general Surgery, Operation theatres, ICU dialysis unit Intermediary care Paediatrics Oberectrics and Gynaecology, E.C.G. Ultrasonography, CT Scan Urology, Skin Disease Treatment, E.N.T., Emergency service and Out patients clinics.
To diagnose various cardiac problem the department of cardiology will have sophisticated cardio pulmonary evaluation devices like Multi-channel E.C.G., Computerised Treadmill and Holter monitor besides other invasive and non invasive techniques complemented by a fully equipped Cardiac Catheterisation laboratory.
For the patient's safety and comfort the hospital will have a total emergency power back up, hot and cold water supply, Nursing and Nurse call system, Kitchen, Food service and Telephone facilities.
All departments will be interfaced through computers for immediate and speedy assimilation and recovery of patient's data by any department at any point of time.
With the fund requirement to the extent of Rs. 50 million to raise a hospital of 200 bed capacity, the construction of the first phase has been managed by funds received through donations from the beneficiaries of Sikh communities and also other communities as well. In the first phase the capital input had been Rs. 10.00 million.
The work of construction of the first and second floor of the hospital is now in progress. Over 30,000 square feet of the area has already been constructed and the second phase is scheduled to be completed by December 2000. Funds are now required to provide the equipment and for provision of infrastructure to complete the hospital.
Vigorous drive has been launched for further collection of funds from within the Sikh community and others and also from the Sikh community abroad.
A policy decision has been taken by the committee to go for donations to meet the initial expenditure of construction and equipments for the hospital with a view to avoiding taking heavy loan from Bank or other Financial Institutions. The burden of repayment of loan with interest will not be economical in long run. Hence, it has been further decided to approach NRI's, specially from the Sikh community residing abroad to collect donation for the expenses of the Guru Nanak Hospital and Research Centre, Ranchi.