TS Govt. decides to establish two more hospital on par with NIMS

Hyderabad: CM of Telangana State, Mr. KCR told that the confidence of the people on doctors in Govt. hospitals has increased these days. He announced that two more major hospitals on the lines of NIMS would be established by the Govt. He instructed the officials to explore the possibilities of increasing the age of superannuation up to 65 years.

Mr. KCR convened a meeting of the officials of health department at Pragati Bhavan on Saturday. He affixed his signature on the file to give incentives to the doctors who performed extra duties after the introduction of KCR Kit Scheme.

He advised the health staff to perform their duties consciously. He also told them to transform Telangana into a healthy state for which a health map has to be prepared.

He admitted that due to the introduction of KCR Kit Scheme, the workload of the doctors has increased in Govt. hospitals. The number of patients in Primary Health Centers and teaching hospitals has increased. He saluted the passion of the doctors who were attending to the patients despite the increase in their numbers. The number of unnecessary surgical operations for pregnant women has also decreased due to their admissions in Govt. hospitals.

The officials of Health Department proposed that the age of superannuation of the medical staff of the proposed teaching hospitals and medical colleges in Suryapet, Mehboob Nagar and Siddipet to be enhanced from 58 to 65 years. The CM readily agreed to this proposal.

It may be mentioned that on account of increase in population, two specialty hospitals at Bibi Nagar and Warangal are being established on the lines of NIMS.

–Siasat News