Mumbai: A 75-bed multi-specialty hospital was inaugurated here on Saturday as part of the state government’s initiative to encourage private medical services. Spread over 25,000 square feet, the SRV Hospital will provide patients 24-hour emergency service, surgical treatments in all major specialties and a well equipped outpatient department.
“It is important to provide quality healthcare services to every nook and corner of the city. Hospitals like SRV will make quality treatment available to the people residing in western suburbs and other parts of the city as well,” said Subash Desai, Maharashtra’s industries minister, at the inauguration ceremony.
Abhay Vispute, the founder-chairman of SRV, said, “It is an initiative in providing the best healthcare facilities closer to the people residing in western suburbs. Equipped with excellent medical infrastructure and staff, we wish to transform the way our city views healthcare delivery.” The hospital is situated in Goregaon, a suburb of the city with a population of 2.75 lakh.
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