The inpatient department starts from the fourth and the fifth floors where we house the twin and the multiple bed sharing rooms. The single occupancy rooms are located on the ninth, tenth and the eleventh floors. The suites are on the twelfth floor along with the Presidential suites.
All the rooms have been elegantly designed. Even the multiple bed sharing rooms have adequate space between two beds, not only for the attendant but also for medical equipment if so required.
The rooms are flooded with natural light. The large windows that we have ensure that. Our architect has chosen the colours and furniture with the thought of comfort for the patient and the attendant. The rooms are clean and neat and we accommodate the relative as comfortably as the patient.
Thought has been given to patient safety with interactive Nurse Call system and also the hospital today has the ability to monitor each bed from the critical care units. There are those that may not require treatment in the ICU but they would require monitoring and only Nursing care. Thus it will be possible to do this from the room.
Space is the USP of our hospital and while the rooms are spacious as well as the corridors, we have created Day Spaces on each patient floor. This is an area where the convalescing patient can come to with visitors and family members to enjoy the scenic beauty of the Powai Lake.
We provide for meals from the hospital. This is inclusive for the attendant and the menu is especially designed by the senior dietician and can be tailor made for the need to the patient. There are therapeutic diets that the hospital can also provide. For patients on the higher floors there is a lounge provided where one could even browse the net or just sit and relax and take in the beauty of the Hiranandani Gardens with the lakes covered by hills and intense greenery.