New Delhi: The Kejriwal government is working on a war footing to provide better health facilities to the people of Delhi and strengthen the public health infrastructure. In this direction, the Kejriwal government is getting 11 new hospitals ready in Delhi, due to which there will be an increase of more than 10 thousand beds in Delhi government hospitals.
In this regard, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia (Manish Sisodia) On Monday, he reviewed the progress of construction works by holding a meeting with the officials of PWD and Health Department. Along with this, the PWD Minister directed to complete the construction works of 7 new semi-permanent hospitals being built at Siraspur, Jwalapuri, Madipur, Hastasal (Vikaspuri) as well as 7 new semi-permanent hospitals with a capacity of 6838 ICU beds. lamps.
While directing the officers, the Deputy Chief Minister said that all these construction works should be completed on time and all quality standards should be ensured here. He said that the aim of the Kejriwal government is to provide better health facilities to all its citizens. In this direction, the new hospitals being built by the government in Delhi will prove to be a milestone and will work to increase our health resources.
Hospital Delhi’s health infrastructure will get a boost
During the meeting, officials said that most of the hospitals being built at various places in Delhi would be completed by the end of this year. At the same time, some hospitals will be ready by the middle of 2023. Every Deputy Chief Minister is also reviewing its progress every 15 days to ensure that the construction work is completed on time and all the hospitals are soon dedicated to the public.
Deputy Chief Minister Sisodia said that these 11 hospitals include 4 hospitals with a capacity of 3237 beds and 7 semi-permanent ICU hospitals with a capacity of 6838 ICU beds. These will prove to be helpful in fighting corona as well as cases with serious medical conditions. These new hospitals will give a boost to Delhi’s health infrastructure and millions of Delhiites will be able to avail world-class healthcare facilities.
He said that the Delhi government under the leadership of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is committed to provide better facilities to every citizen of Delhi. Making Delhi’s health infrastructure world class and providing excellent health facilities to every citizen of Delhi has been our priority right from the very first day of coming to the government.
Kejriwal government is preparing 4 state-of-the-art hospitals and 7 semi-permanent hospitals
Let us tell you, an 11-storey state-of-the-art hospital is being constructed by the Kejriwal government in Siraspur with a capacity of 1164 beds. This building also has a 2 storey basement. The government is building a 10-storey hospital with a capacity of 691 beds each at Jwalapuri, Madipur and Hastasal (Vikaspuri). Both these hospitals will be ready by March 2023 in Jwalapuri and Madipur. The work of building the hospital in Hastasal is also going on fast and its construction work will also be completed by the last months of 2023.
These three hospitals also have 2-storey basements. At the same time, to fight critical cases as well as epidemics like Corona, the Kejriwal government is preparing 7 semi-permanent hospitals with a capacity of 6838 ICU beds. Under this project, the government will have a 4-storey hospital in Shalimar Bagh with a capacity of 1430 beds, a 5-storey hospital at Kirari with a capacity of 458 beds, a 4-storey hospital with a capacity of 527 beds at Sultanpuri, a 5-storey hospital with a capacity of 1912 beds at GTB complex. It is constructing a 5-storey hospital with a capacity of 610 beds at Chacha Nehru Children’s Hospital in Geeta Colony, a 5-storey hospital with a capacity of 336 beds at Sarita Vihar and a 4-storey hospital with a capacity of 1565 beds at Raghuveer Nagar. Officials said that construction work has started at all these places and soon all these ICU hospitals will be ready.
ICU hospital under construction in Sarita Vihar will have all modern facilities
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia (Manish Sisodia) Told that waiting area, registration room, electric room, staff room, emergency room, nurse station, fire control room, CT scan on the first floor of the under construction semi-permanent / temporary ICU hospital with a capacity of 336 ICU beds being built in Sarita Vihar , X-ray, diagnostic reception, pharmacy, ward area and mortuary. On the second floor there will be waiting area, pharmacy, cafeteria, AHU room, ward area, nurse station. On the third floor there will be scrubbing changing room, locker room, sample collection room, record room, cold storage room, lab, dining area for doctors and staff, block bank etc.
At the same time, on the fourth floor there will be OT, AHU room etc. The hospital will have metal insulated panels and glass walls. Movement in the patient corridor area will be through a double door vestibule. The entry and exit of medical care staff and non-technical staff will be separate from the entry point of patients. There will be a separate corridor for the movement of patients and medical care staff and a separate supply corridor.
Kejriwal government will soon dedicate 12 new Mohalla Clinics in the service of the people, 52 more new Mohalla Clinics will be ready soon
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in the meeting (Manish Sisodia) He also reviewed the progress of construction works of Mohalla Clinics. Officials said that 12 new Mohalla Clinics are ready in different areas of Delhi. The construction work of these Mohalla Clinics has been completed. Apart from this, the construction work of 52 Mohalla Clinics is going on in full swing. After the completion of their construction work, they will be dedicated to the service of the public. At the same time, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that these clinics should be started at the earliest so that the general public can avail health facilities here.
More than 70 thousand people are getting treatment daily in Mohalla clinics of Kejriwal government
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia (Manish Sisodia) The Chief Minister informed that more than 500 Mohalla Clinics have been set up by the Kejriwal government at various places in Delhi, where 70 thousand people get treatment every day. Here all types of primary health care services including 212 types of tests and all basic medicines (125 types of medicines) are provided free of cost to the people.