Dharamshila Hospital is known for its excellent nursing services in OPD, Daycare, Wards, Dialysis unit, Bone Marrow Transplant Unit, OT, ICU, HDU and Emergency Room. Department has qualified and trained nurses supported by housekeeping staff.
Department is headed by the Nursing Superintendent, who ensures total quality management and complete customer satisfaction with the help of Dy. Nursing Superitendant, Nursing Suparvisors, Sister Incharges, Staff Nurses, Students of Post Basic Diploma of Oncology Nursing and Nursing Assistants. The department has set up its own high standards in patient care and staff training. All clinical departments are anchored to the nursing services.
The Nurse is a loyal friend to the doctor and keeps pace with him: thus needs better education and best training in technical skills.
Quality service to patient remains her primary function; also taking care of patient′s nutritional needs, protection and prevention of illness and avoid injury to patients. She is the co-ordinator to all ward activities. The nurse must be able to exert safety measures to prevent adverse and sentinel events to patients and occupational hazards the ward personnel.
Nursing Tutors ensure that all nurses working in Dharamshila hsopital are able to achieve nursing excellence with their technical skills, friendly behaviour, Positive attitude and Compassion.
The nurses are skilled, tactful, independent, tolerant and sensitive while dealing with patients and their family, doctors, paramedics and Housekeeping employees.
There are dedicated Infection Control nurses for control of hospital infection, surveillance and training. Infection control nurses work together as a team with microbiologists and other hospital staff to ensure all infection control policies, procedures, systems and standards are implemented.
Scope of nursing services extends to following areas of the hospital :
Broadly following types of nursing care is provided :
Indian Nursing Council and Delhi Nursing Council has accredited Dharamshila Hospital for Training nurses in Post Basic Diploma in Oncology Nursing for a batch of 20 students per annum. This ensures that we always have oncology trained nurses in the hospital.