Three Govt hospitals to get makeover at cost of Rs 100 Crore in Telangana
Hyderabad: To provide better and advanced quality healthcare facilities to the people of Telangana, the state government has decided to upgrade the medical infrastructure of Koti ENT hospital, Fever Hospital in Nallakunta and Gandhi Hospital for Rs 100 crore. The upgraded facilities are expected to be launched in the coming weeks. Although the construction work for the said hospitals...
Hyderabad: To provide better and advanced quality healthcare facilities to the people of Telangana, the state government has decided to upgrade the medical infrastructure of Koti ENT hospital, Fever Hospital in Nallakunta and Gandhi Hospital for Rs 100 crore. The upgraded facilities are expected to be launched in the coming weeks.
Although the construction work for the said hospitals is underway, the government are trying its best to complete the work at a rapid pace so that the patients can benefit from the facilities at the hospitals at the earliest. A better quality of care will be provided to the needy and poor patients in the state as a result of this initiative.
Sir Ronald Ross Institute of Tropical and Communicable Diseases at Nallakunta in Hyderabad, popularly known as Koranti fever hospital is the only government hospital exclusively dedicated to providing treatment for seasonal ailments.
A state-of-the-art outpatient block with a cost of Rs 11 crore will come up at Fever Hospital, Nallakunta in a few weeks. The new OP block will have a high-end medical infrastructure for patients and will hold a capacity of 1000 patients. The initiative is a much-awaited dream of the people since the present OP building is not sufficient to accommodate the increasing daily patient inflow.
Apart from this, a free dialysis facility with a cost of Rs 50 lakh and a high-end mortuary worth Rs 60 lakh are also coming up, which will make it easier for the hospital authorities to ensure smooth functionality.
Government ENT Hospital, Koti is one of the oldest speciality hospitals in Hyderabad. It will have its own 100-bedded state-of-the-art centralised building worth Rs 35 crore. The new facility will have 8 modular Operation Theatres and other high-end amenities needed for patients in an ENT hospital.
Gandhi Hospital, Secunderabad, Telangana is 150 years old postgraduate medical teaching college-associated hospital. It is State Government run tertiary level multi-speciality hospital. A 200-bedded Mother and Child Care (MCH) facility will be completed in a few weeks and built for Rs 55 crore. The hospital will extend medical services to mothers, children and infants, reports the Telangana Today.
Among the infrastructure upgrades, the hospital will also have a Centralised State Transplant Centre with a cost of Rs 30 crore for conducting complex organ transplant surgeries.
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