Hospitals Receive $60 Million To Improve Infrastructure.

by Medindia Content Team on  December 23, 2005 at 6:15 PM General Health News   - G J E 4
Hospitals Receive $60 Million To Improve Infrastructure.
Hospitals in Ontario, Canada receive $60 million for the betterment of the hospital structures and facilities provided by them.

These funds are given to almost 150 hospitals which require structural facelift for the building and fire security.
,br> They can also improve the generator facilities as it will be very handy when there is a power cut.

The state has decided to give the money according to the last provincial budget and is distributed to the hospitals via the Health Infrastructure Renewal Fund.

This decision was taken keeping in mind the public health and their requirements. The hospitals are very happy and are looking forward for the funds.

The Health Minister also said that this announcement of giving $ 60 is to provide better and modern health care facility services by the state hospitals to satisfy the needs of the people.

High quality care and millions of lives can be saved only if there are better facilities and modern equipments. Due to this the hospitals can keep in pace with the emerging new techniques and modern medicine.

And this can be possible only if the facilities are safe and in good condition. Further improvement and fund release plans to improve the hospital care services are in the pipeline to provide better treatment options to the Ontarians.
,br> Plans to also reduce the economical strain but develop efficient ways to improve health facilities are some of the long term investments.


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