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Modular and Hi-tech Orthopaedic OPD introduced at Sohana Hospital

A dedicated team of doctors is the same as the troupe of forces serving to save the nation. Just like soldiers are prepared with their plans and strategies, doctors also keep themselves updated with the state-of-the-art equipment and modular places to serve and save. With a belief like this, Sohana Hospital has come up with a new modular OPD for the department of Orthopaedic.

Inaugurated on 22nd May 2021, an ultra-modern Orthopaedic OPD with a well-lit waiting area is all prepared to serve the patients. At the inauguration, Bhai Sahib Bhai Devinder Singh JiKhalsa, who applies his vision as the present Chairman of the hospital, performing the Ardas. With the blessings of Shree Panth Rattan Bhai Sahib Jasbir Singh JiKhalsa, Founder Chairman, Sohana Hospital has been looking for ways to bring more advanced facilities like this.

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The Chief Executive Officer, Dr Gagandeep Singh Sachdeva, is an Orthopaedic Surgeon known to all. During the inauguration, he conveyed the message of not neglecting the hospital visits for other health conditions. He believes that it is always better to prevent the disease initially than to look for a cure later. Any underlying condition neglected today can increase the risk factors for tomorrow. The new OPD has fully trained physiotherapy staff to serve its patients at its best. All precautions are being taken, making it fully safe to visit in this COVID era. Apart from its teleconsultation, the hospital is armed to battle this COVID pandemic at the premises. COVID wards, vaccines, and a team of diligent staff, it has it all. The doctors also request everyone to:

  • Wear Masks, double layers if possible
  • Carry Sanitizers when leaving
  • Wash hands more often
  • Maintain appropriate distance from the crowd
  • Get Vaccinated

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