The clinics will be adhering to all safety protocols directed by government to ensure safety of doctors, staff and all visiting patients
With the COVID-19 pandemic situation stabilising, businesses are gradually getting back to normalcy, Nova IVF Fertility Clinic is ready to resume its assisted reproductive treatment (ART) in regions permitted by local authorities. The clinics are now ready to assist couples seeking ART, however under strict vigilance and safety protocols taken protecting patients and healthcare staff during this time from COVID-19.
Sharing his thoughts, Shobhit Agarwal, CEO, Nova IVF Fertility said, “Since there was a directive from the Government to stop elective procedures, we at Nova IVF Fertility also took the hard call of stopping all clinical services during the lockdown across all our centres. Now with the lockdown being eased in majority regions, we are delighted to resume assisting couples and encouraging people to come ahead and fulfil their dream of parenthood. The safety of our employees and the community is of utmost importance to us. As an organisation, Nova IVF has prepared a comprehensive safety guidelines manual. We have implemented these strict guidelines across all operational centres, ensuring no compromise of our employees or patients consulting with us. These times have in fact been challenging, but we are confident with the stringent protocols in place that COVID-19 will not have a substantial effect on the utilisation of IVF services, just like any other medical services.”
Nova IVF Fertility is adhering to all safety protocols as directed by the government to ensure safety of doctors, staff and all the visiting patients. In fact, the brand has also defined new hygiene norms, including: Use of masks and gloves at all times within the clinics, use of sanitisers and thermal screening at all entry points, frequent hand washing / using sanitisers before and after all procedures, maintaining social distancing throughout the clinic, frequent sanitisation of clinic, use of triage questionnaire for staff and patients to identify and avoid high risk individuals, mandatory download of Arogya Setu App, seeing of patients only by appointments, and use of tele-consultation whenever possible.
Dr Manish Banker, Medical Director, Nova IVF Fertility said,“Many couples who were about to start their treatment had to defer their plans, and even for patients who whose treatment was under way, there was a sudden change in their entire treatment process. We are now pleased to share this great news for couples who had to defer their dreams of parenthood due to the lockdown. We have reopened our clinics as per the Government Guidelines after implementing appropriate COVID-19 protocols to ensure seamless treatments at Nova IVF Fertility. We will continue to strive and pave the way for stress free and healthy pregnancies for all aspiring mothers especially during challenging times such as this.”