Top Nation leader Narendra Modi will visit Haryana and Punjab on August 24 and initiate a medical clinic each in the two states. The PMO on Monday said Modi will initiate ‘Amrita Hospital’ at Faridabad in Haryana followed by ‘Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital and Research Center’ at New Chandigarh in Punjab’s Mohali.
Present day clinical foundation in the National Capital Region (NCR) will get a lift with the introduction of Amrita Hospital, it said, noticing that the super-specialty medical clinic outfitted with 2,600 beds will be overseen by Mata Amritanandamayi Math. The clinic, built at an expected expense of around Rs 6,000 crores, will give cutting edge medical services offices to individuals of Faridabad and the whole NCR locale, it said. The Mohali emergency clinic is important for the undertaking to give a-list malignant growth care to individuals of Punjab and adjoining district, it said.
The emergency clinic has been worked at an expense of over Rs 660 crore by Tata Memorial Center, a supported organization under the Department of Atomic Energy, it said. The malignant growth emergency clinic is a tertiary consideration office with 300 bed limit and is furnished with present day offices to treat a wide range of diseases utilizing each accessible therapy modalities like a medical procedure, radiotherapy and clinical oncology — chemotherapy, immunotherapy and bone marrow relocate, it said.