Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal establishes framework stone for 1,500-bed best in class new square at LNJP Hospital
The Delhi Chief Minister on Friday established the framework stone for another square to be developed at the Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan or LNJP Hospital. The cutting edge new square will have a 1,500-bed limit. When the new square is prepared, the LNJP Hospital will get one of the biggest clinical offices in the nation.
As of now, the LNJP Hospital – run by the Delhi government - has a limit of 2,000 beds. Every one of these beds are as of now being utilized to treat Covid patients.
While establishing the framework stone for the structure, CM Kejriwal commended the endeavors of the "crown champions" at LNJP Hospital. While a significant number of these "crown champions" keep on serving in the forefront in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, a few of them have lost their lives in the fight against the illness.
The new square will have 25 stories and will comprise of maternity, medication and progressed pediatrics offices.
Kejriwal said the new bock will be a "top-notch office for the individuals of the capital city". Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain was available at the function.
"With the development of the new cutting edge block with 25 stories, completely cooled with particular activity theaters and different offices, the bed quality of LNJP will develop to 3,500, and extra square coming up will have 300 additional beds. In this way, an aggregate of 3,800 beds and that will make LNJP Hospital perhaps the greatest office in the nation," the CM said.
The CM called attention to that while the general 1,500-bed square will come up at an expense of Rs 450 crore, the per bed cost has been fixed at Rs 30 lakh. "This is significantly less than comparative ventures done by the Center or any state government, where the normal cost ends up being Rs 1.25 crore to Rs 1.5 crore per bed," the Aam Aadmi Party boss guaranteed.
"The LNJP's new square is to be finished in 30 months. Yet, the well-being priest (Satyendar Jain) has said that their objective is to complete it in two years or two years just," he included.
Jain, on his part, expressed: "Today denotes the start of the medical care insurgency in the city. LNJP Hospital will get a best in class working with 1,500 beds. This will be the tallest structure in the nation. With 25 stories and best medical services accessible under one rooftop, it will be a motivation for all."