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Guj CM E-dedicates 232 bed of Guru Gobind Singh hospital, Jamnagar, to people

    Chief Minister Mr. Vijaybhai Rupani today stated that the state government is turning the current adverse situation into an opportunity to strengthen the health infrastructure in the hospitals of Gujarat.

    In this context, the Chief Minister had praised the Guru Gobind Singh Hospital of Jamnagar for its successful attempts in making the hospital a dedicated COVID hospital with 232 bed facilities, including latest state-of-art machinery for the treatment of Cancer, an X-ray machine, and Plasma Bank.

    Through a video conference from Gandhinagar, the Chief Minister had dedicated to citizens the new projects of the Guru Gobind Singh hospital of Jamnagar. Deputy Chief Minister Mr. Nitinbhai Patel and Gujarat Health Minister Mr. Kishore Kumar Kanani had also joined with the Chief Minister, from Gandhinagar.

    The hospital’s projects included a dedicated COVID hospital with capacity of 232 beds (22 ICU and 210 oxygen beds), linear accelerator machine worth of Rs. 26-Crore, and a CT simulator along the latest x-ray machine worth of Rs. 1-Cr and state’s second largest plasma bank.

    These facilities would be useful to the last common-man living in rural areas of Porbandar, Devbhoomi Dwarka, and Jamnagar districts, Mr. Rupani added.

    The Chief Minister also expressed confidence that the dedicated COVID hospital with 232 beds would provide better medical treatments to the Corona positive patients.

    Others spoke on the occasion included Deputy Chief Minister Mr. Nitinbhai Patel.

    The event was attended from Gandhinagar by Chief Secretary Mr. Anil Mukim, Mr. K. Kailashnathan – Chief Principal Secretary to CM, Additional Chief Secretary Mr. Pankaj Kumar, Principal Secretary Mrs. Jayanti Ravi and other secretaries. Similarly, Jamnagar City Mayor Hashmukhbhai, City President Mr. Hashmukhbhai Hindocha, and other officials had joined the event from Jamnagar city.

    Source: Information Department, Gujarat