Work on three super specialty hospitals in Telangana to start in October – The New Indian Express

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HYDERABAD: In a big push for health infrastructure in Telangana, the state government plans to start construction of three super specialty hospitals – the Telangana Institute of Medical Sciences (TIMS) – in October.

The Roads and Buildings (R&B) Department has already launched tenders to undertake the construction of TIMS at Alwal, Sanathnagar and LB Nagar. Bids will be finalized by the end of September.
R&B officials said the timeframe to complete construction of TIMS is 24 months from the day the tender is awarded. Each hospital would have 1,000 beds. These hospitals running in different parts of the city will reduce the burden of patients coming from different parts of the city and reduce the pressure on the healthcare apparatus at Gandhi Hospital, Osmania General Hospital and the Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS)

Each installation costs around Rs 900 crore Something for everyone

According to R&B authorities, the supply value of each of these hospitals is Rs 682 crore and if medical infrastructure and other equipment are taken into account, the cost of each TIMS would reach Rs 900 crore. These three hospitals will have a block area of ​​10,53,800 square feet while the allied blocks will be 3,17,420 square feet and the total basement area will be 13,71,220 square feet. While LB Nagar Hospital is expected to cost Rs 900 crore, Rs 882 crore was sanctioned for that of Sanathnagar and Rs 897 crore for Alwal Hospital.

As these health facilities including Gachibowli TIMS are located on four sides of the city, patients from different parts of the state can access medical services there. For example, patients from Suryapet and Nalgonda can seek treatment at LB Nagar TIMS, while those from Kamareddy, Nizamabad and Adilabad can access health care at Alwal TIMS and others from Sangareddy can be treated at Sanathnagar TIMS. The goal of TIMS is to develop expertise and establish standards of care for diseases relevant to public health and to bring global standards of health care within reach of all individuals in the community.

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R&B officials said the timeframe to complete construction of TIMS is 24 months from the day the tender is awarded. Each hospital would have 1,000 beds. As these health facilities including Gachibowli TIMS are located on four sides of the city, patients from different parts can access medical services here.

HYDERABAD: In a big push for health infrastructure in Telangana, the state government plans to start construction of three super specialty hospitals – the Telangana Institute of Medical Sciences (TIMS) – in October. The Department of Roads and R&B Buildings) has already issued tenders to undertake the construction of TIMS at Alwal, Sanathnagar and LB Nagar. The offers would be finalized by the end of September. R&B officials said the deadline to complete construction of TIMS is 24 months from the day the tender is awarded. Each hospital would have 1,000 beds. These hospitals, which are located in different parts of the city, will reduce the burden of patients coming from different parts of the city and reduce the pressure on health care. device at Gandhi Hospital, Osmania General Hospital and Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) Each installation costs about Rs 900 crore Something for everyone According to R&B authorities, the value of the The offer of each of these hospitals is Rs 682 crore and if the medical infrastructure of other equipments are considered, the cost of each TIMS would reach Rs 900 crore. These three hospitals will be 10,53,800 sq ft while that the allied blocks will be 3,17,420 square feet and the total pad area will be 13,71,220 square feet. While LB Nagar Hospital is expected to cost Rs 900 crore, Rs 882 crore was sanctioned for that of Sanathnagar and Rs 897 crore for Alwal Hospital. As these health facilities including Gachibowli TIMS are located on four sides of the city, patients from different parts of the state can access medical services there. For example, patients from Suryapet and Nalgonda can seek treatment at LB Nagar TIMS, while those from Kamareddy, Nizamabad and Adilabad can access health care at Alwal TIMS and others from Sangareddy can be treated at Sanathnagar TIMS. The goal of TIMS is to develop expertise and establish standards of care for diseases relevant to public health and to bring global standards of health care within reach of all individuals in the community. State-of-the-art R&B officials said the timeframe to complete construction of TIMS is 24 months from the day the tender is awarded. Each hospital would have 1,000 beds. As these health facilities including Gachibowli TIMS are located on four sides of the city, patients from different parts can access medical services here.

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