25% beds reserved for poor in the super-speciality hospital :Nitish Kumar

Medanta will prove to be a bigger game-changer in the healthcare of Bihar

Patna:  Medanta, one of the biggest names in the healthcare sector of the country today launched 
Jaiprabha Medanta, a Super Speciality Hospital
In Patna, the state capital of Bihar.

Jaiprabha Medanta will prove to be a bigger game-changer in the healthcare of Bihar.

Inaugurating the hospital on Sunday, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that 25% of the beds were reserved for poor in the hospital where the poor would get treatment at the rate fixed for them at National level . He said that the government employees would also get treatment at general rate in this hospital which would provide better medicare facility to the people of Bihar. 

Keeping in mind the concept of Lok Nayak Jay Prakash Narayan who wished to provide  treatment for cancer at this Hospital, the Chief Minister said that he had talked to Dr Naresh Trehan to start treatment for cancer at this Hospital.

 Sharing the efforts initiated by him for revival of Jaiprabha Hospital, Mr Kumar said that  it was started in 1979. After coming to power in 2005 he explored several possibilities to run it.

The Chief Minister said that the Chairman and Managing Director of Medanta healthcare group Dr Naresh Trehan agreed to run the Hospital and the foundation stone of Jaiprabha Medanta Hospital was laid in 2016. The OPD in  began last year in this hospital.

Meanwhile, sharing details of the hospital the Founder CEO at Advantage Services associated with the brand  Medanta Khursheed Ahmad said that it is well-equipped with the best and the latest machines and has the most experienced doctors who will serve and save the patients of Bihar at affordable rates.

Working as a PR and public affairs firm with the hospital management, the CEO of the Advantage Services the hospital presently has 500 beds and is spread over an area of 1.0 million sq ft on 7 acres of land.

Mr Khursheed further informed that there are 14 operation theatres and 112 beds dedicated to critical care. 

With launching of this hospital , there will be no need for the patients to travel to other states for medical support or treatment.