STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Continuing with the efforts to further augment health infrastructure in city, Principal and Dean, Government Medical College Jammu, Dr Sunanda Raina inaugurated construction work of Bone and Joint Hospital within the premises of CD &TB Hospital, GMC Jammu on Tuesday. Heads of various Departments, Medical Superintendents, Executive Engineers R&B, faculty members and a number of paramedical officials were also present on the occasion. “It will be 300-bedded hospital sanctioned under PMDP and allotted to R&B Department to be completed at an estimated cost of Rs 38 crore. It will be a 3 storey hospital, to be completed in two phases, within a period of 24 months. The hospital will be state of the art hospital equipped with latest machines and modular OTs. Bone and Joint Hospital was a long pending demand of Jammu province and after its completion, a number of patients from entire Jammu province as well as neighbouring States shall be benefited a lot. The proposal for creation of posts of all cadres for Bone & Joint Hospital has already been submitted to the administrative department for further action,” she informed. Dr Raina further informed that the construction of additional 100-bedded emergency block, to be completed at an estimated cost of Rs 11.5 crore to improve emergency services in GMC Jammu, is going on in full swing.
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