Gurugram’s Government CIVIL Hospital has received green signal once again for renovation with the sanctioned funds of 18 crore rupees. This time, to improve the health of the sick government hospital, 19 crores will be spent on it. The shattered and damaged hospital with falling plaster from the roof along with full of dirt and dislocations, the said city hospital will be revamped by using this approved funds. Patients coming to the civil hospital will not have to deal with basic problems after renovating it.
The Health Secretary inspected the civil hospital in this regard. He ordered the district administration to repair the disreputable condition of civil hospital. Health Secretary Jha said that PWD department will soon improve the condition of the Hospital building. This 200-bed hospital will now be upgraded with as many as 300 beds. In the past the old building of this hospital has been repaired by using millions of rupees. However, on several occasions the government hospital has been in the spotlight lax and negligence due to the plaster falling from the roof of the patients admitted in it. The fund of Rs.19 crore for mere on repairs and renovations is also quite mysterious as by spending so many rupees a new building can be established.