Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hospital
Rajender said that 100 ventilators and 100 ICU beds were available at the MGMH, which is the biggest hospital in North Telangana with a total bed capacity of 1370
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The baby has been admitted to the children’s ward and her condition is said to be good.
It will be provided with all facilities on the lines of Gandhi Hospital in Secunderabad, says Health Minister
Addressing a press conference here on Wednesday, Rajender Reddy said that MGMH is the lifeline for the North Telangana districts and added that the CKM hospital can be converted into a general hospital as it would be helpful for the 12 districts of the State.
Sources, however, said he took the decision to quit due to alleged political and other pressures in the wake of sudden surge in Covid-19 cases that put heavy burden on the hospital which is considered as the lifeline for North Telangana districts.
Addressing the participants through teleconference with the people’s representatives and officials from Parvathagiri in Warangal Rural district on Tuesday, he said that 15 more ventilators and five BiPap machines had also been sanctioned to the MGMH
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“The officials should ensure that there is no shortage of oxygen,” Dayakar Rao said, adding that it was decided to use the 200 bed hospital sanctioned under Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY) as an exclusive hospital for Covid-19
The case has become challenging for the police as they had not found any concrete lead
During the enquiry, it is learnt that they belonged to Uttar Pradesh State and two days ago they came to Hyderabad international airport from Indonesian tour.
As a part of this, she is going to work for 30 days in different roles and contribute the proceeds earned through these jobs towards purchase of equipment for the hospital.
According to the MLA, the government has sanctioned Rs 60 crore for the development of the hospital which would be converted into a district hospital for the benefit of the people of Narsampet
Dayakar Rao called up the absent doctors over phone and sought the explanation from them for their unauthorized absence.
To be refurbished with coprorte facilities including MRI,CT scan and hygienic toilets at a cost of Rs 5.31 crore.
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