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PGI OPD patient count sees 50% jump in week

Naina Mishra

Press Reporter News Service

Chandigarh, October 4

The PGI immediately noticed a complete of seven,971 registrations, a rise of 50 per cent from the 5,288 registrations recorded on the institute seven days in the past. The each day walk-in registrations additionally elevated to over 6,500 previously one week.

The institute had opened walk-in registrations for outpatient departments (OPDs) final Monday. On the primary day, 3,942 sufferers had turned up for bodily registration, whereas 1,345 sufferers acquired themselves registered by means of tele-consultation.

Dr Naveen Pandey, incharge of the OPD administration, PGI, mentioned, “There’s a enormous rush and the variety of registrations has virtually reached the pre-pandemic stage. The scenario can be reviewed quickly in view of a doable third wave and the pageant season.”

The web registration for bodily go to to all OPDs had elevated to 50 for all departments and 100 for ophthalmology, hepatology and inner medication. The registration for tele-consultation within the new OPD is being accomplished from eight am to 9 am. Registration of walk-in sufferers for bodily go to to the brand new OPD is being accomplished from 9.15 am to 11 am on the respective registration counters.

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