The Roads and Buildings Minister V Prashanth Reddy has instructed officials and work agencies to start building the 1000-bed Super Specialty Hospital at LB Nagar from May 26. To review the progress of other hospitals, the minister held a meeting at the R&B office in Erramanzil with various stakeholders, including government hospital representatives, construction companies, and architects. The minister stressed the importance of completing technical aspects before his visit to the site on May 26 to assess the progress of the project.
The minister also asked about the progress of the Alwal 1200 Bed Government Super Specialty Hospital and examined the structural designs of the Sanathnagar Super Specialty Hospital. He announced his field-level inspection of both hospitals on May 29. The minister emphasized the government’s commitment to providing advanced medical services to even the underprivileged by building super specialty hospitals equipped with advanced technology and comprehensive facilities.
During the meeting, the minister reviewed the construction progress of the Warangal Super Multi Specialty Hospital and scrutinized its structural designs through visual presentations. He directed officials to expedite the construction process and allocate sufficient manpower to adhere to construction plans for main building blocks. The minister announced his visit to the Warangal Hospital site on June 22, urging officials and work agencies to work diligently and ensure the completion of the hospital within a fixed deadline set by Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao.
The minister emphasized that the successful completion of this massive program would bring satisfaction to all those involved and contribute to better medical care for the underprivileged. He directed work agencies and R&B officials to prioritize the welfare of the poor and ensure they are not burdened with medical treatment.