Hotel Centre Point in Nagpur
Against the backdrop of rising COVID-19 cases in Nagpur and the subsequent shortage of beds for patients, Hotel Centre Point situated at Ramdaspeth has been converted into a COVID-19 Care Centre. The CCC is an initiative by Hotel Centre Point, Nagpur Municipal Corporation and Kingsway Hospitals. If all goes well, the CCC will commence operation from Sunday.
Speaking to Nation Next, Jasbir Singh Arora, popularly known as Micky Arora, (MD, Centre Point Group of Hotels) said: We will be providing rooms, food, and housekeeping to the patients, and Kingsway Hospitals will handle admissions and provide medical facilities.
Kingsway will decide whether a patient needs to be admitted to the hospital or kept at our hotel. Critical patients won’t be kept here; they will be admitted to Kingsway. We have offered 199 beds to Kingsway and they have so far acquired 150 beds for the CCC. There are oxygenated beds as well at the CCC.
Arora added, As there is severe bed shortage for COVID-19 patients across the city, we need more CCCs for at least two months. It is the need of the hour. That’s the reason we converted out hotel into a temporary CCC with proper guidance from NMC and Kingsway Hospitals.
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