Netherlands-based Rabo company today evinced interest to participate in construction of big size hospitals in Telangana State. A delegation of the company today held a meeting with Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao at the camp office and expressed its plan.
Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister directed the officials to call tenders for construction of multi-speciality hospitals with 750 bed capacity each on the lines of Osmania and Gandhi Hospitals in the State. At a high-level review meeting with Finance Minister Eatala Rajender and Health Minister Dr C Lakshma Reddy and officials, KCR asked them to expedite the process of completing plans by taking technical help from Vapcos for design works. Out of 750 beds, 500 beds will be used for mutli specialty health services and 250 specifically for women and children, he said.
Besides, three new hospitals like in Hyderabad will be constructed in Karimnagar and Khammam to provide the best health services. The Bank Vice President Han Bartlds said they have experience in constructing such buildings in Sri Lanka and other places. The Chief Minister said the new hospitals will get a total of 4250 bed capacity and will improve health services across the State. He directed that the officials should begin construction works by winding up tender process early. (NSS)