Completion of semi-finished projects of Health sector until next year

14 June 2020 | 12:15 Code : 9920 news
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Head of Resources and Management Development deputy of Arak University of Medical Sciences said that with completion of hospital projects of Vali-Asr(A.S), Women and Burn, services provided will become more specialized and with better quality.
Completion of semi-finished projects of Health sector until next year

Completion of semi-finished projects of Health sector until next year

According to WebDa Markazi report, Dr. Saeed Reza Soltani added that  projects of Vali-Asr hospital in Arak, which is a prestigious project for people of province and neighboring provinces, after a short break and a period of about two months to contractor, providing necessary funds and follow-up to complete it, we hope to see its full opening next year.

"The Women's hospital project is another important and priority project of University of Medical Sciences, which can help improve the quality of services due to old age of Taleghani hospital" he stated.

Head of Resources and Management Development deputy of Arak University of Medical Sciences said that 100-bed project was overhauled with modern equipment, but due to market fluctuations and outbreak of corona virus, there was an interruption in the construction of the project, which was resumed with 5 billion credit from university, and we hope that put into operation as soon as possible.

He also announced opening of infertility center of Amir-al-Momenin (A.s) hospital in Arak this week.

Dr. Soltani further spoke about 80% physical progress of hospital project and burn emergency, which started with cooperation of Atomic Energy Organization and emphasized" with operation of this hospital by end of this year, there is no need for people from city and province to go out for treatment.

It worth mentioning that this projects has 26 beds and it is planned to increase the number of beds in this center to 400 hospital beds by completing different wards of Amir-Al-Momein  hospital and making it more specialized.