The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has inaugurated the biggest Kidney Dialysis hospital of the country. Guru Harkrishan Institute of Medical Sciences at Delhi's Bala Saheb gurudwara, promises to expand it to 1,000 beds by the end of one year. Food and drinks will be provided not only to the patients but also to the family members of the patients and food will be supplied from the gurudwara’s langar.
The hospital is equipped with all the advanced medical facilities which will be provided free of cost to the patients. The hospital reportedly doesn’t even have the billing counter.
"All services are being provided totally free in this most technically advanced hospital. There is no billing or payment counter. The DSGMC will take services from Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of corporate houses and from those who are willing to contribute for such initiatives and various government schemes," DSGMC president Manjinder Singh Sirsa said. He added that the hospital is equipped with most technically advanced medical facilities and would function round-the-clock. Also Read: Road Leading From Village Bullepur To Late Sardool Sikander's House To Be Named 'Sardool Sikander Marg'
Online registrations will be started in a week and for now the hospital will take patients who will visit in person. The hospital will be dependent upon the CSR contributions and donations for funds. Also Read: Fight For Humanity Against The Pandemic: Prabh Asra Charitable Medical Seva Centre Heartening Story
Such initatives are always important for the benefit of society. We really appreciate the drive and wish all the luck to the entire team!