Soon in Lucknow, the Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences will open a 1,000-bed emergency hospital.

The Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences has announced plans for a 1,000-bed acute care facility . The plan has been given to chief minister Yogi Adityanath and principal secretary of medical education, Alok Kumar, for consideration .

LUCKNOW: The Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences (RMLIMS) has announced plans for a 1,000-bed acute care facility in the same building as the King Georges Medical University (KGMU) Trauma Center.The plan has been given to chief minister Yogi Adityanath and principal secretary of medical education, Alok Kumar, for consideration.If approved, the hospital would relieve the hospital's emergency services, as patients from the trans Gomti area, Barabanki, Ayodhya, and Gorakhpur, among other places, will have one more option.Prof Soniya Nityanand, the institute's director, made the announcement on the eve of the institute's second foundation day celebration.

In the first phase, a 500 to 600-bed hospital will be constructed, and the second phase will add the remaining beds.It would also feature 200 beds for individuals with a high risk of addiction or intensive care.The building will be seven to ten stories high and will house departments of orthopaedics, neurosurgery, neurology, trauma surgery, general medicine, gastromedicine, cardiology, and critical care.In addition, a CT scan, X-ray, ultrasound, and pathology lab will be provided.

20 beds are being added for maximum comfort.Prof Nityanand said that the gynecology department has been relocated to Shaheed Path's Mother and Child State Referral Hospital.According to her, the institute currently has about 850 beds, including 400 in the hospital block, 250 beds in super specialty departments, and 200 beds in the MCH hospital on Shaheed Path.She said we've received a Rs 60 crore government grant for an indoor sports complex for our students and staff, as part of the institute's other accomplishments in the last year.

The National Medical Council (NMC) has awarded 66 new postgraduate seats, while the National Board of Examination has granted six new DNB seats.According to the researcher, a College of Nursing has been established, and the B Sc Nursing program began with 40 seats in January this year.