Nightingales, a pioneer in home healthcare in India since 1996, and a leader in home healthcare services, has just launched specially-designed Covid-19 Home Quarantine Care packages for patients who have been advised to quarantine at home during their recovery phase.
The 15-day packages are based on the clinical care guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare and designed to provide holistic clinical care for patients. The health kits that accompany the packages include monitoring devices, a kit of medicines and a safety supplies kit, depending on the package selected.
The clinically strong quarantine care kits are attractively priced, points out Dr Choudhary, Head - Medical Products & Services, Nightingales, so that it can benefit the maximum number of people across India. For instance, ‘Nightingales Advantage’, priced at Rs3,999 or just Rs. 267 a day, includes 5 online consultations with a physician, and twice daily online consultations with an experience nurse, over the course of 15 days. Additionally, an online consultation each with a nutritionist, psychologist and physiotherapist is included to help patients during their recovery period.
Detailed guidelines for patient and family safety, and end-of-quarantine support are a part of the package. ‘Nightingales Advantage Plus’, costing Rs7,995 (or Rs. 533 per day) includes everything in the ‘Advantage’ plan but adds monitoring devices and a medicines kit.
‘Nightingales Advantage Plus+’ is priced at Rs11,999 or Rs. 800 per day, and includes safety supplies in addition to what’s available in the Advantage Plus plan.
In order to provide safe and seamless online clinical care for patients, Nightingale has also co-developed a robust digital platform for video and teleconsultations. “We’re very heartened by the positive response and feedback we’ve received from our patients so far,” says Dr Choudhury.
In addition, Nightingales also offers scalable Quarantine Care packages to housing societies, apartment associations and corporates for their employees. These include regular monitoring of patients through online consultations with doctors and nurses, as well as providing monitoring devices, medicines, and safety supplies, and also facilitating Covid-19 testing on request.
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