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Khotang District hospital to expand beds

2021 Sep 01, 9:15, Kathmandu

The 15-bed District Hospital, Khotang has initiated its preparation to expand its capacity to 50 beds. The hospital was established on 13 April 1992.

Hospital In-charge Dr Baibhav Mallik shared that preparation was initiated to construct a new building by dismantling the old one wherein services such as patient admission, child delivery, surgery, and emergency treatment have been delivered.

Contractor Company Shyamsundar Ramsundar Nepall Fulbari JV has been awarded the contract for the construction of a four-storied RCC hospital building having a 40-meter length and a 20.5-meter breadth. Engineer of the company Rajkishor Shah informed that the federal government’s contract of around Rs 210 million was signed two months ago in a way to complete the construction within 30 months.

A temporary structure has been constructed to continue with the health services before dismantling the building of the district’s only hospital.

The new building would have OPD, emergency, surgical and laboratory services along with pharmacy and security arrangements on the first floor. Likewise, the second floor would be used to provide maternity services and surgeries. ICU and isolation wards would be placed on the third floor and admin, finance, and seminar hall would be managed on the fourth floor


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