Noida: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has inaugurated the Covid-19 Hospital in Sector 39, Noida. In fact, the 400-bed Covid-19 Hospital will have the facility of treatment from normal patients to serious patients. DM Suhas LY, Police Commissioner Alok Singh, and many other administrative officers were present on the occasion. After this, CM Yogi will also go to inspect the Integrated Command and Control Center built for Covid-19 at Sector 128. He will also hold a meeting with the officials of the district administration and health department.
CM Yogi has just released services for 250 beds in Covid-19 Hospital. The hospital has been constructed by the Noida Authority, while all the facilities of Covid-19 have been provided by the Tata group and the Billgate Foundation. The hospital will be equipped with all facilities of Covid-19. The hospital built in Noida has been constructed under CSR by the Tata Company. The duty of more than 100 health workers has been imposed in this hospital so that no patient gets hurt while treating the patient well.
This 400-bed hospital built in Sector 39 will be the largest Covid-19 hospital in the district. Noida Development Authority has constructed this new district hospital at a cost of 344 crore. There are currently 250 beds in this hospital which was launched by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
The hospital has three ICU wards, with 17 beds available. It is planned to expand the services to 250 beds soon to 400 in the hospital. The hospital has 10 ventilators, 2 mobile ventilators have also been provided.
Gautam Budh Nagar MP Dr. Mahesh Sharma, Noida MLA Pankaj Singh, Dadri MLA Tejpal Nagar, Jewar MLA Thakur Dhirendra Singh, Police Commissioner Alok Singh, Noida Chief Executive Officer Ritu Maheshwari, District Magistrate Suhas LY and Chief of the hospital Medical officers were present there.