The Bethany Infirmary

Florence Nightingale said, “For the sick, it is important to have the best”.

Taking inspiration from her, Bethany High School, Koramangala has upgraded its infirmary with top-class facilities in a new location to
care for our students and staff when they are unwell.
The new infirmary is situated near the school playground and the gate. It is spacious, well lit and ventilated. It caters to the immediate medical needs of our students and staff.

There are three qualified nurses Ms Lourdumary, Ms Suramma, and Ms Sathya on duty who like Florence Nightingale care for our children with patience and love. The infirmary is equipped with a resting area which has four beds.

There is a first aid area that has medicines ranging from paediatric to adult dosages. It also has two wheelchairs, a walker, a nebulizer, and an oxygen cylinder.

When a student is unwell, he informs his class teacher who sends the child with a friend, and a note that states the complaint to the caregivers at the infirmary. The nurses assess the health of the child and provide immediate relief through medicine, hot or cold packs, or rest.

The parents are called to take the child home in cases of high fever or if they are displaying symptoms of communicable or infectious diseases. In other cases, the child feels better with the care and returns happily to his class and friends.

In case of emergency and serious injuries, parents are contacted and the student is taken to the Acura hospital with the parent’s approval for appropriate care.

The nurses are on call during all the school programs. At the carnival, musical or football tournament, the nurses are alert and ready to assist. Our medical providers are available and equipped.

Apart from medical care, some students visit the infirmary to meet their friends and cheer them up or update the nurses about their current state of health. At Bethany, we believe that healthy kids learn better and we ensure that the immediate medical needs of our students and staff are attended to with smiling faces, healing hands, and compassionate care.

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