The health care of Telangana is now mending all its loopholes and flaws that caused the people a lot of issues during the second wave of the pandemic. Now the government is slowly prioritizing and maintaining an adequate stock of all supplies to avoid seeing a nightmare in the future.
The animal husbandry minister of the state, Talasani Srinivas Yadav, is prepping, frequently visiting and interacting with Chest Hospital members in Erragadda and looking to set up a new multispeciality facility in the premises of this hospital and extend the overall premises by 40 acres. The pandemic has suffered severe medical downfalls, and every small to big effort will help the state cope with the losses in infrastructure that it had to go through.
Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao favours this project and is willing to support it in principle. This set-up will help the people from Kukatpally, Jubilee Hills, Patancheru, Serilingampally, Sanathnagar to avail of complete medical treatment. The hospital set-up will be equipped with the state of the art facilities, and the proposed model of the upcoming hospital will soon reach the CM, and the project will begin at the earliest.