Warangal Urban: Stating that the State government had accorded high priority to strengthening the public healthcare system in the State, Minister for Panchayat Raj and Rural Development Errabelli Dayakar Rao said the government would soon undertake the construction of a world-class multi-speciality hospital in Warangal like nowhere else in the country.
He along with Government Chief Whip Dasaym Vinay Bhaskar reviewed various plans prepared for the construction of a super speciality hospital to be undertaken soon at a meeting held at Warangal Urban’s Collectorate here on Monday.
Speaking on the occasion, he said the super-speciality hospital would be built at a cost of nearly Rs 2,000 crore. The Minister said that nearly 56 acres of land were already acquired for the hospital and asked the officials to acquire some more land for future needs.
“Apart from the land available on the old central jail premises, we should acquire the land that was in the possession of the MGM Hospital, Regional Eye Hospital, Autonagar Industrial area, ITI and industrial estates,” he said and asked the District Collector to conduct a comprehensive survey and complete it immediately.
The Minister also said that the hospital was being built to world-class standards like nowhere else in the country and all the departments in the hospital would be accessible to the public. District Collector Rajeev Gandhi Hanumanthu, District Revenue Officer (FAC) M Vasu Chandra, MGM Hospital Superintendent Dr K Chandrasekhar, doctors and other officials attended the meeting.
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