The living dead
four years at the Trauma Centre, AIIMS, on
December 18, 2011. it continues with the onerous task of looking after
unknown trauma patients brought in by the police/CATS ambulance to the Centre.
Everyday one or two such patients come to the Centre. Some are in a state of
trauma while others are in a comatose state, almost left for dead.
SAPNA supports the unattended/unknown trauma patients by providing nursing care,
nutrition, clothes, etc. It helps in identifying the patient and establishing
contact with relatives once their identity is established. A majority of the
patients are restored to their family after treatment by establishing contact or escorted by
our social workers to their homes. Quite a few homeless patients are
rehabilitated by establishing linkages with rehabilitation centres in Delhi.
Some are accommodated at the Home for Sick and Destitute in Alwar. The Delhi
Police are kept informed about the course of action.
Senior Social Worker-Rafique(9910733070) ,
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