ANOTHER STEP IN THE STATE FOR AIIMS

 

Hyderabad, May 9,(globelmedianews.com):
Another step in the state for the creation of Aims. The Central team will soon visit the state for spot scrutiny. The Central Government has set up a five-member committee. The 220-acre site of Bibinagar in Yadadri-Bhubanigiri district has been set up to construct AIIMS. The hospital will continue with 650 beds at present.


ANOTHER STEP IN THE STATE FOR AIIMS

The government decided to give Bibinagar the first priority. Bibinagar expresses the view that the good will be for the people, It expresses the view that the central and state governments will become a mile. The opinion of Bibinagar is the first priority of the state government. The committee from the Center hopes to choose places to enable alternative places if it is not satisfied. These include Mahabubnagar, Ranga Reddy and Warangal districts. There are 200 acres in each of these districts and it is expected that the roads which have no roads will have to be selected. Soon, the state Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao will be accompanied by Dr C Sivasankar, Minister of Health and Health. Official sources said the review will be reviewed at the Lakshmat Reddy Revenue Department. The committee is likely to arrive soon and it is learned that the revenue department will be able to take immediate consultations with the department.

 Information on the establishment of the authority for setting up places in these districts and to show them to the central team. In this regard, the government has also prepared a variety of proposals. The government has released Rs 820 crore for the first phase of the government for collection of AIIMS. Rs 600 crore construction works and another Rs.220 crore proposed to utilize the funds for setting up of medical equipment and modular operation theaters. Stage clear that it will be allocated funds to provide other facilities. The central rule is to build an Aymes with 960 beds inclusive of super specialty services. The center also pointed out that there should be 18 specialty services for 500 beds, 15 specialty services for 300 beds, one hundred beds ICU, accident traamer services, 30 beds for lifetime and 30 beds for physical medicine, rehabilitation centers. Besides, it has suggested that six basic science departments should be set up, including anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology and communicate medicine departments. The Center has set up PMR and AYUSH in other branches. The Center has also announced that it will soon announce more policy procedures.

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