Hyderabad(Hyd): Animal Husbandry Minister, Talasani Srinivas Yadav today stated that 25 extra Basthi Dawakhanas (regional hospitals) going to be opened in this city on Aug 14.
Municipal & IT minister KT Rama Rao & different ministers E Rajender, Mahamood Ali, Sabitha Indra Reddy, & Mayor B Rammohan going to participate the programme .
He named upon the citizens must avoid fear of Coronavirus spread, he stated. The new Basthi hospitals going to offer healthcare solutions to 2000 extra sufferers a day apart from 14000 sufferers, Srinivas Yadav stated.
They’ll come up 18 in Hyderabad(Hyd), six in Medchal & two in Ranga Reddy dists he clarified.
He conducted a review gathering with authorities here on the functionality of the same in this city & sought a record.
The minister stated that the govt till now set up 95 Basthi Dawakhanas in different places in this city & overall figure is 170 involving close by dists.
The minister stated that there have been 85 primary health centres in different places in Hyderabad(Hyd) now. Srinivas Yadav instructed the authorities to take (2) all steps to put in place sufficient medicines & enhance health solutions.
The minister stated that steps are being taken by this govt to offer all facilities & infra-structure in these hospitals. They’ll gain all equipment & facilities to offer timely health solutions to avoid inconvenience, Srinivas Yadav stated.
The govt is prepared to spend sufficient funds for them he stated. These hospitals, the minister stated, going to make sure full healthcare facilities to the regional society in this city. He inquired the authorities to take (2) steps to give the finest health solutions in these regions using sufficient medicines, employees & solutions. We aim to offer hassle free & timely health solutions to regional society in this city, the minister said.
He directed that authorities take (2) all steps to give all facilities & infra-structure in these hospitals. The minister hoped that the citizens must avoid Coronavirus fear & gain the ability & avoid panic for big hospitals