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Gurgaon: MCG commissioner and GMDA CEO PC Meena on Wednesday directed the private agency constructing Sheetla Mata Medical College and Hospital in Sector 102’s Kherki Majra to expedite its work. Meena gave these directions while visiting the under-construction medical college and hospital on Wednesday.
The officials who visited the site along with the commissioner said that 25% work was completed and the project is expected to meet its October 2024 deadline. The estimated cost of the project is Rs 542 crore and it will be an 883-bedded hospital. Out of 883 beds, 114 beds will be emergency and trauma beds, 606 general beds, 20 private beds, 52 high dependency unit (HDU) and ICU beds, 68 floating beds and 23 NICU beds.
“Around 25% of the work has been completed at the site. The commissioner has directed the concerned officials and the private agency to expedite the work. The work however is going at a fast pace,” MCG spokesperson SS Rohilla said.
The hospital and medical college will have 10 blocks, which includes hospital, trauma centre, academic block, undergraduate and intern boys’ hostel, undergraduate and intern girls’ hostel, resident hostel, nurse hostel, shopping complex, gas manifold and services. There will be provisions to gradually transform this hospital into a super-speciality hospital. The medical college and hospital is being constructed over 30.81 acres of land, which is under MCG’s ownership.
The officials said that it will be a low-cost affordable hospital and will start functioning in a phased manner. Chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar had announced the project in April 2018 and Prime Minister Narendra Modi had virtually laid the foundation stone in September 2019.
The CM had held a meeting regarding the project on February 20 last year and had announced that the OPDs will start working from September 2023.
Khattar had said that the hospital will be built on the public private partnership (PPP) mode.


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