Punjab CM extends full assist to increase Fortis hospital in Mohali, institution of drug rehab centre


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Sep 25, 2019 22:17 IST

Chandigarh (Punjab) [India], Sept 25 (ANI): Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday prolonged his authorities’s full assist to Fortis to develop their current hospital at Mohali, in addition to to arrange a drug and alcohol de-addiction and rehabilitation centre, the Chief Minister’s Workplace mentioned in a press release.
The Fortis officers shared with Singh their plans to speculate Rs 1,500-Rs 2,000 crore within the enlargement of their Mohali hospital and arrange the brand new centre, on the 5-acre piece of vacant land on the current hospital premises, over the subsequent two years.
They mentioned the expanded facility could be according to the state authorities’s imaginative and prescient to make healthcare accessible to all by assembly the medical wants of a bigger inhabitants from the neighbouring areas.
“The officers had proposed to construct a 100-bed drug and alcohol de-addiction and rehabilitation centre to assist the state authorities’s efforts to deal with and rehabilitate drug addicts, as a part of its combat towards medication,” an official spokesperson mentioned.
The Chief Minister assured the officers that his authorities would supply all vital assist to Fortis within the execution of their plans, which might assist the healthcare amenities of the area leapfrog to a brand new stage. He directed the departments involved to facilitate Fortis in each potential means for the efficient realisation of their enlargement and improvement plans.
Captain Amarinder additionally shared with Fortis officers, numerous measures being taken by his authorities to strengthen its efforts in direction of drug deaddiction and enforcement.
“Large on-ground marketing campaign to create consciousness have been additionally in place to coach folks concerning the risks of the medication, and the pressing want for prevention and treatment of the victims,” he informed Fortis officers. (ANI)


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