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UP Government Transfers 500-Bed Hospital to GIMS, Greater Noida

The Council of Ministers of Uttar Pradesh has given the green light to a significant proposal concerning healthcare infrastructure in Greater Noida. The approval entails the transfer of a 500-bed hospital, located on a 15-acre plot of land, from the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) to the Government Institute of Medical Sciences (GIMS), Greater Noida, without any financial implications.

This landmark decision underscores the government’s commitment to bolstering healthcare facilities and services in the region. By transferring the hospital along with its land, equipment, and furnishings to GIMS, Greater Noida, the aim is to enhance the institute’s capacity to provide quality medical care to residents.

The move aligns with the broader objective of strengthening the healthcare infrastructure across Uttar Pradesh, ensuring access to affordable and accessible medical services for all. It reflects the government’s proactive approach towards addressing the healthcare needs of the state’s growing population, particularly in urban centers like Greater Noida.

The transfer of the 500-bed hospital to GIMS, Greater Noida, is expected to streamline healthcare delivery and improve patient outcomes in the region. It represents a strategic investment in the state’s healthcare system, reinforcing Uttar Pradesh’s position as a leader in healthcare innovation and service delivery.

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