1 More L-One Hospital in Opec Cally – OPEC Hospital operates another L-One Hospital in Cali

Another L-One hospital is operated in the OPEC Hospital Cali
– DM inspected and instructed to have a hundred beds ready by May 15th
Samvad News Agency
Colony. Kovid-19’s L-One Hospital is being built in the five-story new building of OPEC Cali Hospital, affiliated with Maharishi Vasistha Medical College. On Monday, DM Soumya Agrawal ordered the State Government Construction Corporation’s executive building to complete the work by May 15. In order to provide a hundred beds with oxygen, she was asked to install plumbing, operate both elevators, and set up fire extinguishing systems throughout the building.
The five-story building, which will cost around 200 crores, will operate a hospital with around 250 beds. A total of nine operating theaters will be built. There will be a ward with 80 beds on the fifth floor. CMS Dr. GM Shukla said the government was asked about the necessary materials for this hospital. DM called the department and assured the chief secretary of the department to send a semi-official letter and telephone to ask for permission for the material. He directed the executive to complete work on the generator, fire-fighting equipment and ventilator by May 15. At the same time, he has instructed the company’s oxygen supply officials to begin laying the oxygen line. Director Dr. Navneet Kumar, CMS Dr. GM Shukla, earth and numbers officer TP Gupta were present on this occasion.

Another L-One hospital is operated in the OPEC Hospital Cali

– DM inspected and instructed to have a hundred beds ready by May 15th

Samvad News Agency

Colony. Kovid-19’s L-One Hospital is being built in the five-story new building of OPEC Cali Hospital, affiliated with Maharishi Vasistha Medical College. On Monday, DM Soumya Agrawal ordered the State Government Construction Corporation’s executive building to complete the work by May 15. In order to provide a hundred beds with oxygen, she was asked to install plumbing, operate both elevators, and establish fire-fighting systems throughout the building.

The five-story building, which will cost around 200 crores, will operate a hospital with around 250 beds. A total of nine operating theaters will be built. There will be a ward with 80 beds on the fifth floor. CMS Dr. GM Shukla said the government was asked about the necessary materials for this hospital. DM has summoned the department and assured the chief secretary of the department to send a semi-official letter and telephone to ask for permission for the material. He instructed the executive body to complete work on the generator, fire-fighting equipment and ventilator by May 15. At the same time, he has instructed the company’s oxygen supply officials to begin laying the oxygen line. Director Dr. Navneet Kumar, CMS Dr. GM Shukla, earth and numbers officer TP Gupta were present on this occasion.

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