Central Military Hospital ensures preparedness for coronavirus infection www.montsame.mn
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Today, on February 12, specialists of the Ministry of Health examined readiness of the Central Military Hospital for emergency state.
In aims of upgrading control for preventing from the infection, the hospital has regularized inspection through employing instructors and security guards at all entry and exit doors, requiring citizens and customers to wear face masks, providing hand sanitizers and checking body temperature. Furthermore, the hospital has fully emptied its 9-floor, preparing 570 beds and scheduling of over 300 physicians and health professionals.
It also conducted training on putting on and taking off single-use protective equipment to health workers of all wards and units alongside providing instruction and guidance on measures to take during the coronavirus infection, its diagnosis and treatment in addition to taking knowledge test from them.
Authorities of the hospital also presented a road scheme that is prepared for transporting and isolating patient in cases of receiving coronavirus patient and preparedness of its equipment and machinery.