CM is considering health centers in all counties

In a major decision to increase the number of tertiary health facilities in the state, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy announced that public-private partnership (PPP) health centers will be set up in all 13 districts.

The health centers will have integrated facilities such as medical colleges, nursing schools and teaching hospitals.

“I want the best health facilities to be built in these health centers, and I want the district collectors to identify 30 to 50 hectares of land. If someone is interested in building hospitals, they will be given five hectares of land free of charge. Management should invest at least ₹ 100 billion to set up super and multi-specialty hospitals. In this way, we can expand the tertiary health facilities in the state, the absence of which has forced many to rush to Chennai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru for advanced medical treatment, ”said Jagan Mohan Reddy.

He asked the medical, health, and finance departments to formulate a guideline and appropriate guidelines.

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