Mul: Mul to get 100-bed modern hospital Nagpur: The state government has sanctioned Rs 107 crore for the upgrade of an existing sub-district hospital to a state-of-the-art 100-bed facility at Mul in Chandrapur district | Nagpur News

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Nagpur: The state government has sanctioned Rs 107 crore for the upgrade of an existing sub-district hospital to a state-of-the-art 100-bed facility at Mul in Chandrapur district.
Patients had to travel to Nagpur or Mumbai for treatment as Mul lacks good healthcare facilities.
District guardian minister Sudhir Mungantiwar followed up with the government to provide the latest facilities to local patients at a very low cost.
The Mul sub-district hospital has only 50 beds. The hospital has a total area of 15,000 square feet. A four-storey residential building for medical officers and staff has been planned.
Also, additional staff will be required to cover the 100 beds at the hospital. Around 14 medical officers like opthalmologist, paediatrician, gynaecologist, internist, surgeon and anaesthetist are likely to be part of the team. Class IV staff like nurses and technicians will also be recruited.
A new surgery facility for eyes and orthopaedic surgeries will be constructed. The special treatment rooms will be equipped with modern medical equipment. Digital sonography as well as X-ray and all kinds of laboratory tests will be done at this hospital.
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