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Guntur: Government General Hospital to get funds for development says health minister

Guntur: Government General Hospital to get funds for development says health minister

State health minister, Kamineni Srinivas of AP has declared that the government will be granting a fund of Rs 60 crore to the Government General Hospital in Guntur.

The health minister has also implied in his statement to the press that the govt will be working towards the upliftment of the govt hospitals to provide better healthcare access to people. It will also work in procuring more equipments for performing crucial surgeries.

This is an effort to provide better treatment to poor people. Govt General Hospital has also been provided funds as it caters to patients from economically backward section from nearby districts.

As reported by Hans India, Kamineni Srinivas was discharged from the government hospital here on Wednesday after his nearly week-long stay in the hospital for his knee-joint surgery which the hospital doctors’ team headed by Superintendent Dr Raju Naidu performed on him. A visibly happy and beaming Kamineni spoke to reporters before leaving the hospital.

He said that equipment would be provided to all government hospitals for performing crucial surgeries. The Health Minister revealed that he would release Rs 60 crore for the development of Government General Hospital (GGH) here. The hospital had been catering to the poor and needy in particular and the people in general coming here from surrounding three to four districts.

Earlier, he thanked the medical team of the hospital for taking good care of him and the Chief Minister for frequently enquiring about his health and the support given by him.

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