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Private Sector Multi-speciality Hospital to come up soon in Rourkela

Bhubaneswar:14/10/19: In another step towards “Mo Sarkar” initiative, Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy held a discussion with the members of Rourkela Chamber of Commerce & Industry (RCCI) today in Lok Seva Bhawan conference hall. The matters relating to the development of trade, commerce and industry were discussed in the meeting.

The Chief Secretary collected the feedback and input from the RCCI members and asked concerned departments to examine feasibility of the suggestion. Tripathy advised RCCI to promote diversification in the industrial sector and o promote non-mineral and downstream industries for creation of more self-employment and job opportunities.

Discussions in the meeting showed that State’s initiative to invite private sector investment in high-quality tertiary health care has led to the establishment of a multi-specialty hospital at Rourkela. The hospital named as ‘Jayaprakash Hospital and Research Center’ is being constructed expeditiously in the city. The project is being developed over a land parcel of 5 acres. Different departments of the hospital are in various stages of completion. It would be a three hundred bed hospital with an investment of Rs. 100 cr. Around 750 persons including doctors and paramedics would be employed in the hospital. The Director of the Hospital Mr. Sanjay Bansal said,” the hospital can come up to full swing operation within two months”.The eight-member team led by President of RCC Prabin Garg and Ex-President Aditya Mohapatra participated in the deliberations.

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