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Kasturba Hospital introduces No-Q Card

No-Q Card, as the name suggests, is a card which seeks to minimize or reduce long waiting queues and thus help patients enjoy a hassle-free treatment at our hospital. No-Q Card is a unique ATM-like card (with pre-deposited cash) that can be easily and effectively used at various counters across the hospital to save time. The card offers a quicker and easier, not to mention safer, alternative to carrying a wad of cash in the wallet.

To get this card, patient needs to visit the Registration Counter, fill a small form, pay Rs 20 and present their ID proof and mobile number to the registration clerk. The card will display the CR number, card number, and his name. Patients can make a card either with a new CR number or the old CR number. They can figure out the amount in the card and can load money onto the card. Once the money on the card runs out, they will have to re-charge the card.The card guarantees them triple benefits:

They can directly visit an OPD without standing at the registration counter for re-registering the visit. The visiting charges will automatically be deducted when the patient produces his card, and the visit is stamped at the OPD counter.

They can directly go to the collection centers or the radiology department and get the test done, without standing in the queue in the billing counters.

They can directly buy their prescribed drugs at a special counter created in the Pharmacy stores.

On average, the No-Q card will help a patient save 90 minutes whenever they revisit the hospital, get tested and buy drugs. The card has been designed to provide patients efficiency, security and flexibility of digital payments. We humbly request everyone to promote the card in the OPD and wards and disseminate the information so that patients reap the benefits of the card.

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