Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot reached Mahatma Gandhi Hospital (MGH) in Jaipur to inaugurate one of the state’s largest Shriram Cancer-Super Specialty Center on Tuesday. The medical services at MGH have also been upgraded to the world-class facilities and technology for which patients do not have to go to other cities for treatment.
CM Gehlot was accompanied by state’s medical and health minister Dr. Raghu Sharma and state Industries minister Parsadi Lal Meena.
The inauguration ceremony took place at the R.L auditorium of the MG hospital located at Sitapura near RIICO industrial area on Tuesday. CM Gehlot with several other officials such as UDH minister Shanti Dhariwal, higher education minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati was present on the occasion.
According to the officials, the specialty center will provide all the technologically upgraded medical facilities at minimal prices in the city. Cancer affected patients will be most benefited by these new services
The project cost of this new installation is around Rs 150 crore. Initially, the first phase of the center has been inaugurated, the work is in progress for the second phase and will be completed soon, added officials.
Chairperson of Mahatma Gandhi University of Medical Sciences and Technology (MGUMST) Dr. ML Swarnakar said that the MGH is the state’s leading hospital which provides international level services and treatment to patients in minimal prices. The new Sriram Cancer-Super specialty center will benefit a lot of cancer affected patients.
Mahatma Gandhi Hospital is a unit of Mahatma Gandhi University of Medical Sciences and Technology accredited under National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers.
First published: March 5, 2019