Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): A new multi-specialty hospital of 300-bedded will be constructed at the old building of Sultania Hospital. The land of Sultania Hospital has been transferred to the Public Health and Family Welfare Department. In this regard, Superintendent of Sultania Hospital Dr. Vijay Nandmehar and Chief Medical and Health Officer Bhopal Dr. Prabhakar Tiwari signed the documents of transfer.
A new 300-bed new civil hospital will be constructed after the demolition of the existing building on the land. The facility will be constructed at a cost of about Rs 76.49 crore, said Bhopal Chief Medical and Health Officer (CMHO) Dr Prabhakar Tiwari .
“After shifting of Sultania Hospital to Hamidia Hospital, approval has been given by the state government to build a new hospital at this place. In this regard, 2.8194 hectare land has been provided free of cost by the government. After the transfer, a new hospital will be built by the Public Health and Family Welfare Department . This land was earlier under the Medical Education Department.
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