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THIS upcoming 300-bed hospital in Lucknow will be the 3rd largest facility in the city!

In a bid to amplify the healthcare services available in the city, a new 300-bed hospital will soon be established in Lucknow. Adding to the string of the city's premier medical centres, this hospital is expected to be the 3rd largest facility in the public sector. The Chief Medical Officer has requested 15 acres of land in the Chak Ganjariya area from the Lucknow Development Authority for setting up this hospital. Subsequently, the LDA has started a search program for assigning a feasible area for the upcoming project.

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Lucknow's Civil Hospital to have 800 beds with the upcoming expansion plan!

After the second wave of the pandemic wreaked havoc in the city, the authorities have shifted attention on strengthening the medical infrastructure. As per the latest developments, the Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee (Civil) Hospital in Lucknow will be expanded from a 400-bed facility to an 800-bed facility. It is expected that the healthcare centre will become the largest facility in the state once the proposed interventions are finalised and implemented.

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Ventilator beds to be set up at Lucknow's RMLIMS for infants amid fears of third wave

Alarmed by the anticipation of the third pandemic wave and its expected effects on children, Lucknow's Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences had started multifaceted preparations. As per the latest developments, the healthcare centre will now be providing ventilator facilities for young infants weighing as little as 2.5 kgs. Usually, such resources are not available for newborns but the hospital has deployed extensive efforts aiming to protect lives, in every possible way.

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New 44-bed facility setup at Lucknow's RMLIMS for patients facing post-COVID complications

On Tuesday, a 44-bed post-COVID facility was inaugurated in Lucknow's Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences. Established under the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, this facility shall cater to patients suffering from post-COVID complications. Among the available number of beds, 24 will be dedicated to the Intensive Care Unit, which has been set up with an aim to treat patients with severe complications.

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Lucknow's Railway Hospital gets a new ward to cater to patients dealing with mental health problems

Besides inflicting damages to the physical health of individuals, the virus is causing rampant problems for mental health. In an attempt to address this neglected need, the officials at Lucknow's Railway Hospital have established a separate ward for treating mental health patients at the COVID care centre. This new establishment in the post-COVID ward will treat all the railway employees and their family members, who have been suffering from mental health problems after the infection.

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