BHAKTIVEDANTA VALUE POINTS – YOU ARE VALUABLE TO US


BHAKTIVEDANTA VALUE POINTS – YOU ARE VALUABLE TO US


Welcome to our Value Points Program!


We value our relationship & as a gesture of goodwill we are extending this benefit to our Patrons.


How your Points will get Accumulated: -


Services included for Accumulation of Points:















      • OPD services which includes:













Investigations, OPD Consultations & Emergency.














      • Services not included under accumulation of points:













Pharmacy, IPD services, Swasthya, All deposits (IP & OP)





Terms & Conditions: -














      • Value Points Accumulation








            • Points will be credited after completion of 7 days.















            • Minimum Billing Amount of Rs 100 & above















            • Points will be credited at 1% of Net Billing Value















            • Bill Amount Rs 135 = 1.3 credit point






















Example:






























































Opening Balance






 





Accumulated Points






 





Points available for Redemption





Points Redeemed





Closing Balance





500





505





500





450





55



 














      • Value Points Redemption
























      • All Hospital Services i.e. IPD, OPD , Pharmacy & Swasthya Products*














      • Redemption not applicable against any IPD/OPD Deposits














      • Any number of credit points can be redeemed














      • Redemption is considered as Mode of Payment













 




 




Example:






























































Bill Amount





10% Discount





Net Bill Amount





Available Points for Redemption





Payment Details





Rs 700





Rs 70





Rs 630





230





Cash Paid Rs 400






Points Redeemed 230





 




 














      • There is no limit for Redemption of Points.














      • You may enquire with our Front Desk Team to know your Balance of Accumulated Points.














      • Value Points are non - transferable (except towards Noble Cause/Donation/Death, with a minimum of 500. Management decision will be final & binding on all involved)














      • The Management has a right to discontinue this scheme at its discretion without giving any prior intimation.













 




 




 


Announcements


Admissions open for General Nursing & Midwifery (G.N.M.) 3 years Diploma Course for 2021-22


Applicants need to take a printout of the application form & submit a filled form (hard copy) along with xerox copies of all the documents mentioned in the form.
Rs. 500/- for admission form & prospectus needs to be paid at the time of submission.


 


Click here  to download the admission form.


 


For information contact 022-62303313 / 8291103508 or Email us on bhaktinursingschool@yahoo.co.in


 


 


 Hands-on Training Course in Small Incision Cataract Surgery (SICS) for budding Ophthalmologists / Refresher Practice. 



  • Duration : 2 months

  • One seat only starting   : March / May / July / Sept / Nov 2021.

  • Experience : 1-2 cases per day 

  • Course Fees : INR 50,000/- 

  • Accommodation / Food : Own Arrangement, Not Provided.





Contact: Dr Suraj Bhagde (MS, DNB Ophthalmology) 9833547425;


  drsuraj.b@bhaktivedantahospital.com


  


 


Announcing the opening of ‘Bhaktivedanta Healthcare Centre’ – A unit of Bhaktivedanta Hospital & Research Institute.


 


1st Floor, B Wing, Garden Plaza, Near Ideal Park, Seven Square School Lane, Off Mira Road (E), Thane 401 107


 


Contact no +91 8655616999 or +91 7666677898


 


 


STAY HOME, STAY SAFE & STAY HEALTHY

 


 

Continue Practicing Everyday Preventive Actions 




    • Cover coughs & sneezes with a tissue. 





    • Wash your hands often with soap & water for at least 20 seconds. If soap & water are not available, use a hand sanitizer that contains 60% alcohol. 





    • Clean frequently touched surfaces & objects daily,  using regular household detergent & water. 





    • Avoid sharing personal items like food & drinks; promote the importance of practicing good personal health habits.





    • Provide your sick household member with clean disposable face masks to wear at home, if available. 





    • Take care of the emotional health of your household members & help your child/children cope after the outbreak. 





    • Stay in touch with others by phone or email & contact nearest healthcare centre if needed.



 


Boost your immunity to fight against Corona Virus 




    • Eat hot meals timely, drink warm water, hot MILK/SOUPS/KADHA & avoid refrigerated food/drinks.    





    • Consume fresh fruits & vegetables, but avoid fruits like Melons/Citrus/Grapes & non seasonal fruits. 





    • Avoid Untimely Sleeping, Go to Bed by 10 pm & Get At Least 7 hours Sleep. 





    • Twice bath with warm water help cleansing & rejuvenation 





    • Daily Yoga & Pranayama like Surya Namaskar & exercise for at least 15-20 minutes. 





    • Reduce your stress levels, pray daily to increase positivity & boost immunity.



 


 


Answers to Common Myths about Corona Virus Infection 


 




    • Not Every cold/cough is corona virus infection. 





    • Taking a hot bath does not prevent the new coronavirus disease 





    • The new coronavirus infect all age group of people but older people are     worst affected 





    • Antibiotics are not effective in preventing & treating the new coronavirus. 





    • There are not any specific medicines or vaccines to prevent or treat the new coronavirus. 





    • There is no evidence that eating garlic help prevent infection with the new coronavirus. 





    • Only wear a mask if you are ill with COVID-19 symptoms (especially coughing) or looking after someone who may have COVID-19. Disposable face mask can only be used once 





    • The new coronavirus CANNOT be transmitted through mosquito bites 





    • COVID-19 virus can be transmitted in areas with hot & humid climates also. 





    • Cold weather & snow CANNOT kill the new coronavirus. 





    • Hand dryers are not effective in killing the new coronavirus. 





    • An ultraviolet disinfection lamp does not kill the new coronavirus. 





    • Thermal scanners/Cameras don’t detect infection but detect people who have developed a fever due to any reason not just coronavirus. 





    • Ordering or buying products shipped from China will not make a person sick. 





    • Coronavirus is not the deadliest virus known to man, Ebola, SARS were more deadly 



 


Reference  https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public/myth-busters 


  


During an outbreak in your Community/Society, protect Yourself & Others by:  




    • Staying Home, Avoiding Human Interaction.  





    • Limiting close contact with others as much as possible (about 6 feet).  



 


Stay informed about the local COVID-19 situation. Get up-to-date information about local COVID-19 activity from public health officials. Be aware of temporary school dismissals in your area, as this may affect your household’s daily routine.  




    • If your children are in the care of others, urge caregivers to watch for COVID-19 symptoms.



 


 


 


 


 

News and Awards

Bhaktivedanta Hospital & Research Institute launches North Mumbai’s only State of the Art Pathlab by the hands of His Excellency B. S Koshiyariji, Hon’ble Governor of Maharashtra ~ ICMR approves the lab for COVID-19 test ~ 6th August 2020



Bhaktivedanta Hospital & Research Institute, Mira Road today announced the opening of North Mumbai’s only high tech and 24X 7 path lab. Present for the e-inauguration of the path lab were His Excellency B. S Koshiyariji, Hon’ble Governor of Maharashtra along with Dr. Ajay Sankhe – Director, Bhaktivedanta Hospital, Hrishikesh Mafatlal- Chairman and Board of Trustee, Dr Venkat - CSR Head Hospital and Yachneet Pushkarna CEO social initiatives- Govardhan Eco Village. The lab received approval from Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) to test for COVID-19 and is the only lab in the region which uses Artificial Intelligence in clinical pathology.


 


The lab will be closely working with local hospitals and Palghar, Thane and Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) to test suspected coronavirus infections in the region. The newly launched lab is equipped to process 500 tests on a per day basis and can be scaled up to 1000 and follows the pricing as per ICMR guidelines. Fully automated frozen section, Immunohistochemistry (IHC) and complete Oncopathology service maintains the highest level of international standards and promises to reduce the turnaround time for hospitalization of the patient.


 


His Excellency B. S Koshiyariji, Hon’ble Governor of Maharashtra, on launching the path lab shares, “We need to strengthen our healthcare ecosystem, break the silo and have public and private hospitals work together to fight Corona. Every step matters and every effort counts in this fight.”


 


Dr. Ajay Sankhe, Director, Bhaktivedanta Hospital & Research Institute say, “We feel honoured that His Excellency B. S Koshiyariji, Hon’ble Governor of Maharashtra launched our pathlab. We stand by our commitment to make the facility available for all the patients of Mumbai and will provide unconditional service in fighting the deadly disease. We have sufficient testing capacities to conduct the test at large scale. Nowadays when asymptomatic cases are on rise, it has become very important to test walk-ins, pre-ops and pre-procedure patients. The approval by ICMR for the lab would help the nation to together overcome this COVID-19 crisis”