Funds released for 30-bed hospital in Hyderabad
Health Minister C Lakshma Reddy on Friday announced that the government had released Rs 2 crore for speedy completion of hospital works at Ameerpet in Sanathnagar constituency.
Hyderabad: Health Minister C Lakshma Reddy on Friday announced that the government had released Rs 2 crore for speedy completion of hospital works at Ameerpet in Sanathnagar constituency.
Along with Cinematography and Animal Husbandry Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav, Lakshma Reddy inspected the work on the construction of 30-bed hospital.
The Ministers visited the construction site following the reports that the work was moving at a snail’s pace. Srinivas Yadav urged Lakshma Reddy to release funds for speedy completion of the project. He said as much as 2.79 crore was released in 2013.
The Health Minister stated that the bed capacity would be increased to 50 from 30 beds and promised release more funds, if necessary.
“Our aim is to construct four new hospitals with 750 bed capacity on a par with the of Gandhi Hospital and Osmania General Hospital in the twin cities.
To fulfil this promised of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, efforts are being made to find suitable locations like Chandanagar and Miyapur for construction of hospitals,” he said.
Later Srinivas Yadav appealed to the Health Minister to consider sanction a multi-speciality hospital at Chitrapuri Colony where 10,000 film artistes are living. He said Minister for Industries K T Rama Rao too gave assurance in this regard, he said.