Pune : PMC To Increase Number Of Beds And Staff At Civic Hospitals In Next Two Months

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Pune 4th Sept 2023: The Pune Municipal Corporation has decided to increase the bed capacity of civic hospitals in the city and the municipal commissioner has approved a detailed plan for it. The civic body has also decided to increase the number of staff at these hospitals and it will be implemented in a phased manner.

According to the officials, the bed capacity at the civic hospitals will be increased by 160 beds after the implementation of the proposed plan and it is likely to be done in the next two months. The decision was taken after it was noticed that the number of beds to admit the patients at civic hospitals was not enough due to which a large number of patients were being referred to Sassoon General Hospital for the treatment.

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The PMC will implement the proposed plan in a phased manner and hospitals including Kamla Nehru Hospital at Mangalwar Peth, Rajiv Gandhi Hospital at Yerwada and Sonawane Hospital at Bhavani Peth will get additional beds and staff in the first phase. In the second phase, the civic body will focus on Laygude Hospital of Sinhagad Road, Dalvi Hospital of Shivajinagar and Magar Hospital of Hadapsar.

The civic body has also decided to take help from the private companies as many of them have approached the municipal corporation to provide equipment and funds under the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative.


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