3 day program for staff members across Western India covering wide range of topics in modern science
Wockhardt hospital, a reputed chain of tertiary care super specialty hospitals in India reinforced its Rapid Response Team (RRT) in order to provide utmost Patient care to decrease mortality and increase survival rate.
The three day program organized at all the Wockhardt facilities will have renowned doctors and staff members of Wockhardt Hospital delivering lectures and sharing experiences.
A wide range of topics covering RRT will be discussed through clinical case simulations, quiz and collage competitions, theme plays at work stations and much more all focusing on the process of RRT that Wockhardt Hospital follows we follow at our hospitals.
Commenting on the initiative, Zahabiya Khorakiwala, Managing Director, Wockhardt Hospitals, said, “RRT is evidence based clinical practise to decrease the mortality rate and provide utmost care and attention to the patient even if the slightest instability is seen. We at Wockhardt imbibe to practice evidence based clinical care for all our hospital patients.”
The Rapid Response Team has several key roles. The team assists staff in assessing and stabilizing the patient’s condition and organizing information to be communicated to the physician.
The Rapid Response Team member also takes on the role of educator and support to the staff at the time of the call. If the circumstances warrant, the team assists with the patient transfer to a higher level of care.
Dr. Clive Fernandes, Group Clinical Director, Wockhardt Group Hospitals, said, “Rapid Response Team has shown to decrease the number of CODE BLUE’s and thus decrease mortality. We at Wockhardt Hospitals have been practising this concept since the last four to five years and have seen the improved clinical outcomes. This awareness program is just our methodology to reinforce what we have defined.”
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