Chennai: New multi-specialty hospital to come up in city by June 2023 – Times Now

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Chennai: Tamil Nadu’s Health Minister Ma. Subramanian on Friday informed that construction of the new multi-specialty hospital at the King Institute of Preventive Medicine, Guindy will be ready by June 2023, four months ahead of its timeline.
CM MK Stalin laid the foundation stone for the hospital in March this year. The hospital is getting built on an area of 5,53,582 square feet, at a total cost of ₹230 crore.
The Health Minister inspected the ongoing construction work of the hospital along with Health Secretary P. Senthilkumar, Director of Medical Education R. Shanthimalar and officials of the Public Works Department (PWD).
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Subramanian Minister said that September 30, 2023 was the original project completion date. “But the PWD has expedited the construction work and it will be completed four to five months ahead of schedule,” he said. He added that the team inspected a ward that has been fully completed.

Three access points would be created from the main road in Guindy to enable easy access for the public, he said.

On the same premises, the PWD had prepared an estimate for ₹4.60 crore to take up work for the National Institute of Ageing.

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Besides, the new facilities at the Institute of Mental Health will be inaugurated on December 22. This includes a half-way home constructed at a cost of ₹2.5 crore.