The largest public hospital in Telangana will soon be ready.
To expand medical options for residents of north Telangana and provide them with high-quality care, a super speciality hospital is being built. The State government is moving quickly to complete the construction of Warangal’s largest government multi-specialty hospital. The super specialty hospital is being built to expand medical options and provide high-quality care to the residents of north Telangana.
The hospital, which will be a part of Warangal’s Health City project, would cost Rs. 1,200 crore to build. On the grounds of the Old Central Jail, a 56-acre campus is being developed, and a 24-floor building is being built there.
The project has already received approvals from the Fire Safety, Prisons, and Airport Authority of India departments. The hospital would use 16 of the building’s 24 levels, with the other floors being used for educational and other uses.
The work is routinely observed by the ministers for roads and buildings (V Prashanth Reddy) and for health (T Harish Rao). In tandem with the construction projects, recruitment efforts for physicians and other medical personnel are accelerated.
On June 21, 2021, Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao laid the super speciality hospital’s foundation.
The largest government super specialty hospital in Telangana, with more than 2,000 beds, would be located in Warangal city, according to IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao, who shared pictures of the ongoing construction on Sunday.
He said in a tweet that “the 24-floor hospital is the idea of Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao and the building of the same is going on at a quick pace.”
According to the Minister, the State government is responsible for funding the entire project; the Union government is not providing any financial support.
Rama Rao stated, “Let me assure you that the contribution of Government of India to this hospital is zero before some dumb BJP trolls start making ridiculous assertions.