G-20: If you have got the date of surgery in Delhi AIIMS between 7 to 10 September, then keep these things in mind - Newztezz Online

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G-20: If you have got the date of surgery in Delhi AIIMS between 7 to 10 September, then keep these things in mind

AIIMS and G20: G-20 conference is going to be organized in Delhi soon. For this, hospitals are also preparing in full swing. Meanwhile, this question is coming in the minds of some patients that how will they come to the hospital during this period. Let us know what is the arrangement for the patients.

G-20 conference is going to be organized soon in the country's capital Delhi. Hospitals are also ready for this summit. More than 100 teams of doctors have been formed and special arrangements have been made for foreign guests. Delhi AIIMS has been made a referral center. If guests coming from abroad have any health problems, they will get treatment at AIIMS. Meanwhile, many questions are coming in the minds of common patients as well. The biggest concern is that if the date of surgery has been given in AIIMS between 7th to 10th September, will his surgery be done on time only? How to reach the hospital if the roads are closed? Let us answer these questions for you.

An administrative official of AIIMS told that there will be no change in the system for common patients during G-20. The patients whose surgery is to be done between 7th to 10th September will be done at that time only. There has been no change in the treatment protocol of the hospital for normal patients. However, there will be route diversion on some routes during the G-20. In such a situation, patients are advised to leave the house with a margin of a few hours. Patients coming from outside Delhi should leave home several hours before. So that he can reach the hospital on time. Patients and attendants should try to come by metro. Since the operation of the metro will not stop, then AIIMS can come easily.

Take care of route diversion

While coming to the hospital, be aware of the route diversion and do not go through the roads which are closed. This can spoil a lot of time. If any relative of a patient lives in Delhi, then he can stay at their house one or two days before the date of surgery and can easily come to AIIMS via Metro.

There is no change in OPD

There has been no change in OPD services in AIIMS between September 7 and 10. The patients who have already registered online can come to the OPD as per their scheduled time. There is no change in the OPD timings of any center of AIIMS. The duty of some doctors has been imposed during G-20. In such a situation, other doctors present in the OPD will see the patient.


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