The building of Bai Gangabai Women (BGW) Hospital here is very old and it is now dilapidated. Patients got sick due to rain water during the rainy season.
Gondia Today News Network
Gondia: The building of Bai Gangabai Women (BGW) Hospital here is very old and it is now dilapidated. Patients got sick due to rain water during the rainy season.
Meanwhile, there was a large number of criticism from the administration. Later, the administration audited the structures of BGW Hospital building. It is necessary that the hospital’s building become dilapidated and it needs to be eradicated.
So, the building will be demolished soon and a new building will be constructed. The BGW Hospital is known as the only government women and child hospital in the district. Female patients come out of the district for treatment.
Four to five hundred patients are examined every day in the outpatient department of this hospital. This building has been building for a long time and this building has been dilapidated. This year, during the rainy season, water was available in the knee between the knee twice in the hospital’s delivery board.
Therefore, the women patients and their relatives had to wake up in the night to wake up. In the meanwhile, the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis took a dig at the district administration after taking this matter into consideration. Also, the hospital had been instructed to correct the inconvenience by improving it.
After that, the Public Works Department had done some repairs. Since the hospital’s building was too old, it was decided to revamp structures from VNIT in Nagpur. According to VNIT, the building has been diluted in the structure and the building has been diluted and the foundation of the building is also not suitable. Therefore, it was decided to construct this building. Officials said the work will start soon.
Movement movements begin
Government Medical College is started at Gondia and construction of the building is being done. A building has been constructed near the BGW Hospital. All the works of this building have been completed and the BGW hospital will be shifted to this building. The movements are also currently underway.
The second building will be constructed by constructing a BGW hospital’s oldest old building. Meanwhile, the BGW Hospital will be transferred to the same building, which is adjacent to the same hospital.
-VP Rukhamede, Dean, Government Medical College.