Emergency Department (ED) at Chandan Hospital has medical treatment facility specializing in emergency medicine, the acute care of patients who present without prior appointment, either by their own means or by that of an Ambulance. Chandan Hospital has well equipped Emergency Department of 8 beds. Five ambulances are always ready for 24 hours to pick the patients in quick time.

Patients can call the Ambulance through "Chandan Hospital App" on mobile phone by clicking the Ambulance only. Patients will get back the phone call immediately from the Hospital to confirm the need and Ambulance will move from the nearest location to pick the patients in minimum possible time.

Tracking of Ambulance - Patients can track the location and arrival time of Ambulance through Chandan Hospital App on mobile phones. Patients get the phone number of Driver for any communication and tracking.

Ambulance is fully equipped with Ambulatory Ventilator, medical gas, resuscitation machines and Doctor to give primary treatment before reaching to hospital. Hospital gets ready to receive and treat the patient before reaching the hospital.

The emergency department of hospital operates 24 hours a day. Most patients will be initially assessed at triage and then passed to another area of the department, or another area of the hospital, with their waiting time determined by their clinical need. However, some patients may complete their treatment at the triage stage.

Critical conditions handled -

Cardiac arrest: Cardiac arrest may occur in the emergency department (ED) or a patient may be transported by ambulance to the emergency department already in this state. They are immediately transferred to Cardiac Intensive Care Unit for further treatment.

Heart attack: Patients arriving to the emergency department with a myocardial infarction (heart attack) are immediately transferred to Cardiac Intensive Care Unit for further treatment.

Trauma: Major trauma, the term for patients with multiple injuries, often from a motor vehicle crash or a major fall, is initially handled in the Emergency Department.

Mental illness: Some patients arrive at an emergency department for a complaint of mental illness. Patients who appear to be mentally ill and to present a danger to themselves or others may be brought against their will to an emergency department by law enforcement officers for psychiatric examination. The emergency department conducts medical clearance rather than treats acute behavioural disorders. From the emergency department, patients with significant mental illness may be transferred to a psychiatric unit.

Asthma and COPD: Acute exacerbations of chronic respiratory diseases, mainly asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), are assessed as emergencies and treated with oxygentherapy, bronchodilators, steroids or theophylline, have an urgent chest X-ray and arterial blood gases and are referred for intensive care if necessary. Non-invasive ventilation in the ED has reduced the requirement for tracheal intubation in many cases of severe exacerbations of COPD.