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New Hospitals on the Anvil in Delhi

by Kathy Jones on January 6, 2011 at 8:52 PM
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 New Hospitals on the Anvil in Delhi

Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit revealed that her government will be opening up at least a dozen new hospitals in the city with an aim of increasing the number of hospital beds to over 10,000.

Currently there are 38 government-run hospitals in the capital with just over 7,100 beds. However with the medical needs rising, Dikshit revealed the need for more beds in the city.

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According to the government, two 50-bed hospitals will be opened in Molar Bund and Baprola while new 100-bed hospitals will be built in Siraspur, Keshavpuram and Jaunti. Burari, Hastsal, Sarita Vihar, Chhatarpur, Ambedkar Nagar, Madipur, Jwalapuri and Bamnauli will see the setting up of new 200-bed hospitals.


Source: Medindia
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