IPD constitutes of contingent facilities surrounding the patients. IPD services involves restoration of child health with essential infrastructures and the use of sophisticated techniques to mold clinical services, preventive services, diagnostic services, therapeutic and restorative knowledge and practice in the hospital.
Our 12 bed General Ward is for patients that stay in the hospital for more than 24 hours. There are televisions, toys, and books to keep the patients entertained as a team of internationally trained doctors and nurses treat them.
Our 11 bed special ward is a general ward for our pediatric patients. It is colourful, bright, and has access to the internationally trained team of doctors and nurses. In the Special Ward, we also have 2 semi-private cublicle rooms & 1 double cabin for patients who prefer a little more privacy and also space for visiting family members. The special ward has television, toys, and books to keep the patients entertained as they are being professionally treated.
The private ward is made up of 6 private cabins including 2 delux room available for patients and families. Patients and their families can enjoy treatment in the privacy of their own rooms, as well as their own television. This is the preferred ward for most patients, as it is comfortable and private for them and their families.
The 5 bed charity ward is offered free of charge or at low cost for those patients who are not able to pay for the accommodation in the other wards. IFCH is proud to offer treatment to patients from families of all income levels. Every child should have access to the best medical care, regardless of financial status. That is why we have built our fully functioning, bright and cheerful charity ward.
The 8 bed ward has specially trained staff for unique surgery cases, as well as burn patients. We offer a state-of-the-art burn bed, which uses air in the mattress to make rest as comfortable as possible for severely burned patients.
The observation ward is situated in the Emergency room for patients who are only staying in the hospital for observation or short-term treatment for less than 24 hours.
The 4 bed neonatal ward is for the neonatal cases & the trans-out cases from NICU. This ward provides beds so the mother can comfortably stay with their baby until they are well enough to go home, and allows mothers to nurse and provide vital contact with newborns during this important period.
The post operative ward is where patients can recovery from surgery. Nurses and doctors ensure that the patient’s family are well educated in how to help make the child’s recovery as successful as possible.
Intensive Care Unit aims to give life support or prevent from threat to child health. ICU in the IFCH are similarly staffed and equipped to look after critically Ill patient in order to represent the possible modern care to offer standard care with skilled manpower.