CM K Chandrasekhar Rao also directed Health Department officials to submit critical analysis reports to Cabinet and prepare Telangana to tackle new virus variants.
Director of Public Health Dr G Srinivasa Rao, on Thursday, said that the Telangana Health Department has so far received 185 complaints against 114 hospitals.
While 2,300 of these beds to be added in TIMS and Gandhi Hospital, 51 oxygen generators is set to ease situation in districts by reducing dependence on cylinders.
Official sources said a majority of the hospitals lack fire safety measures owing to the absence of periodical checks by the Fire Department and GHMC.
The State is returning to its phase of high-preparedness by resuming the functioning of quarantine centres, dedicating one hospital in each district to treatment and prepping up oxygen supply.
The report has found that a third party agency, which had bagged the contract for maintaining critical and non-critical medical equipment, has not performed efficiently.