Tribune press service
Karnal / Hisar, May 16
Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday inaugurated a 500-bed Chaudhary Devi Lal Sanjivani hospital in Hisar and Guru Teg Bahadur Sanjeevani hospital in Panipat district for Covid patients.
Hisar Hospital is attached to the Jindal Stainless Ltd factory and located on the campus of the Jindal Modern School. It was built by the Haryana State Road and Bridge Development Corporation in a record 18 days at a cost of around Rs 28.79 crore.
The hospital will receive eight tons of oxygen from the Jindal steel plant.
Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, the CM said: “The treatment will be free. The state is constantly striving to provide better health facilities for the population by making arrangements to contain the pandemic. “
Hisar hospital will have 30 doctors, 30 MBBS interns, 43 pharmacists, 16 regular doctors, 27 nurses and 48 internal nurses.
The CM later inaugurated a 500-bed Covid care hospital in the village of Bal Jatan in Panipat, near the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) refinery.
This hospital is supplied with oxygen by the IOC facilities. A total of 300 beds have started to operate, while the remaining 200 beds will be operational in a few days.
A sum of Rs 28.88 crore was committed to the hospital, whose plan was finalized on April 26. “In 20 days, the hospital is operational,” he said, thanking the Defense Research and Development Organization, Department of Health, Panipat Refinery, PWD and the villagers of Bal Jatan for making it happen. .
Union Petroleum Minister Dharamendra Pradhan, who was also present on the occasion, said: “The IOC is providing 15 tonnes of oxygen to the hospital free of charge through a steel pipeline connected to the Panipat refinery. “
The CM announced that the IOC would guarantee free vaccination for all villagers in Bal Jatan. He also said the construction of model residential complexes for workers at a cost of Rs 100 crore.
Health Minister Anil Vij praised the efforts of doctors.