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KMC signs agreements with seven hospitals to buttress treatment services


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2021 May 15, 17:47, Kathmandu
File - A view of the entrance gate of Kathmandu Metropolitan City office in Baghdurbar, Kathmandu, on February 17, 2019. Photo courtesy: Janak Bhatta via Wikimedia Commons

The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has signed an agreement with different seven hospitals in the capital today. The KMC reached an agreement with these hospitals in view of helping them in the battle against COVID-19 pandemic.

The KMC is providing grant supports to the hospitals to purchase medical stuff and strengthen emergency treatment capacity in this critical hour.

The KMC has signed an agreement with Birendra Army Hospital, Bir Hospital, Chhetrapati Free of Cost Treatment Centre, Mahendra Narayan Nidhi Memorial Hospital, Helping Hands Community Hospital, and Model Hospital.

Earlier the KMC has provided 10 sets of ventilators to Teaching Hospital Maharajgunj through such grant support agreement.

The agreement was signed between the public health division chief of KMC Hari Bahadur Kunwar and representatives of the respective hospitals in the presence of KMC mayor Bidya Sundar Shakya today.

The agreement would be effective for six months from the date of its signing. The KMC would provide 20 million rupees as the first installment to the hospitals to improve and expand services and it would continue on a progress basis.

The hospitals would submit the progress and treatment update reports to KMC on a daily basis.

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