Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah Sunday inaugurated District Hospital in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district.
According to spokesman, the OPD and IPD blocks of the hospital with 200-bed capacity were made functional besides various other facilities.
The hospital will provide service of all specialties including Surgery, Trauma, Medicine, Gynae-obstetrics, Orthopedics, Ophthalmology, Pediatrics, New-born Care Unit, Dermatology, Radiology, Gastroenterology, Dental, Blood Bank, Diagnostic Services, X-ray, E.C.G, U.S.G, Endoscopy, Special SMCU, Drug De-Addiction Centre, Mental Health, Immunization, Integrated Counseling.
Speaking on the occasion, Omar said that health sector has been flagged as one of the most important sectors in the State’s development policy and various health care project are under implementation in the State.
“During the last more than four and a half years tremendous expansion and consolidation has been achieved besides providing specialists and paramedics in the hospitals and health centres,” he said and further added that district Hospital Baramulla is yet another milestone in the endeavour of the State Government to universalize modern health facilities across the State.