Mangaluru: Mangaluru South legislator D Vedavyas Kamath said that the Government Lady Goschen Hospital will be a model health centre in the coming days for other health centres in the state.
He said this after handing over stretchers and a potable drinking water unit donated by Micro Electrical Group of Companies at Lady Goschen Hospital.
Addressing the media, he said that along with the government aid, private participation is also equally important for the upgradation of the Lady Goschen Hospital.
The Mangalore Chemical and Fertilizers (MCF) and Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited (MRPL) have been extending their support for the cause and now the proprietor of Micro Electrical Company Dileep Jain provided a potable drinking unit worth Rs. 2 lakhs, he said.
Does this cause cancer? How scientists determine whether a chemical is carcinogenic – sometimes with controversial results
As per the reports in TOI, at a cost of Rs 12 crores, the hospital is upgraded with a new maternity and child health care centre along with a high-risk pregnancy ward worth Rs. 2 crores.
The Mangaluru Smart City Limited has set up Sakhi One Stop Centre at a cost of Rs 40 lakhs and a hospital office complex at a cost of Rs 2 crores.