Hyderabad: Health Minister T. Harish Rao on Monday directed health officials to accelerate work related to the construction of the 200-bed super special hospital in Patancheru. The planned super specialty hospital in Patancheru, at a cost of Rs 150 crore, will provide exclusively tertiary health services to workers and their families in the industrial area of Patancheru.
The super specialty hospital will have exclusive medical departments dedicated to the ailments common to workers in Patancheru’s industries. The healthcare facility will be equipped with advanced diagnostic equipment necessary for the provision of critical trauma care facilities that are widely used among workers in the industrial area.
The state government has also decided to install 20 wastewater treatment plants (STPs) in major tertiary care hospitals including Gandhi Hospital, OGH, MGM Warangal, Niloufer Hospital, TIMS and other district hospitals. The 20 STPs cost Rs 59.25 crore. Health Minister T. Harish Rao said that state-of-the-art technology-based STPs are being built in tertiary health facilities.
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The Minister of Health also directed health officials to ensure that maximum coverage of the Covid vaccine delivery initiative is achieved by the end of December. At the Omicron variant and vaccination status review meeting in Telangana, Harish Rao said the state government has pulled out all the stops to ensure there is enough medical infrastructure available during what may be the third wave in the near future.
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