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ESIC hospital inaugurated in Bihar's Bihta

Press Trust of India  |  Patna 

Santosh inaugurated a 100-bed Corporation (ESIC) hospital at in district today.

While addressing the function, said it is a good initiative for the beneficiaries of the ESIC scheme.

The beneficiaries and their dependents insured under the ESIC scheme, especially those belonging to Patna, Bhojpur, Buxar, Vaishali, Arwal, Jehanabad etc would get best quality medical facilities at the hospital, the said.

The capacity of the hospital would be increased to 300-bed, said, adding that a medical college will also be started in the hospital in future.

Emergency services, X-ray, OPD, operation theatre and other facilities would be available at the hospital, he said.

Gangwar said that his ministry is working hard to make labour laws easier and it is also working to provide social security and better health facilities to the people working in the unorganized sector.

The construction work for 50-bed has also been started at Phulwari Sharif in Patna, the said, adding that the hospital's capacity would be increased to 100-bed later.

Speaking on the occasion, Bihar thanked the for inaugurating the which is built at 25 acres of land.

The would extend all possible help for starting a medical college at the campus once the 300-bed facility is operational here, Modi said.

Union for Rural Development Ram Kripal Yadav, Mangal Pandey, Minister Vijay Kumar Sinha, Maner MLA Bhai Virendra, state's also spoke on the occasion.

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First Published: Sun, July 08 2018. 00:30 IST