Three super specialty hospitals to come up in Hyderabad.

The state government has decided to set up three super specialty hospitals in the capital city.
Chief minister Mr KCR took the decision as part of strengthening the health sector in the state.
They will come up at LB Nagar, Sanathnagar and at Alwal.
Being taken up with the name of Telangana Institute of Medical Sciences, the state government has already sanctioned Rs 2, 679 crore for the purpose.
This is a major boost in the health sector of Telangana state.
It was decided to  call for tenders on a turn-key basis.
IT minister Mr KTR thanked the chief minister for his decision to set up three more hospitals in the state.
It may be noted that since state formation government hospitals have changed for the better a lot compared to the past. The TRS government accorded top priority and over the years it changed the hospitals by adding new buildings, personnel and equipment among other paraphernalia.
The state government is also setting up nine new medical colleges that would soon come into operation perhaps by the new academic year.

By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao

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