Medical Education Minister Sharan Prakash Patil said the government plans to build 250-bed super specialty hospitals in all revenue divisions, including Mysore and Gulbarga.
He told reporters here on Monday that this will help people and will ease pressure on super specialty hospitals in Bangalore. He said the government has sanctioned `110 crore to set up the Jayadeva Cardiac Super Specialty Hospital in Mysore and wants to add facilities to treat cancer patients. “The government plans a trauma centre on the lines of NIMHANS in Mysore city,” he said.
He also said the government has released `24 crore to develop the Mysore Medical College.