Sarang inspected shifting of Sultania Hospital to Hamidia


  • Having paediatric and maternity wards close to each other will be convenient

Bhopal: Medical Education Minister Shri Vishwas Kailash Sarang on Monday inspected the arrangements for the transfer of Sultania Hospital to the newly constructed building of Hamidia Hospital. He observed the arrangements in all the wards of the Paediatric Department and expressed displeasure pointing out the shortcomings. Sarang said that the people of Bhopal will get a lot of convenience due to the treatment system at one place. Till now there was a distance of about 4 to 5 kilometers between the paediatric and maternity ward. Now the maternity ward is also being shifted to the new building of Hamidia.
Sarang said that apart from shifting the maternity ward to Hamidia, number of beds is also being increased. He said that at present there are 200 beds in the maternity ward, which is being increased to 300 beds.
Sarang said that even newborn babies will be able to get treatment at the earliest in the paediatric department of the new building. It is being ensured that the entire hospital is now operated with HIMS system. 

Chairs and water coolers in waiting area
Minister Shri Sarang said that there should also be arrangements for chairs and water coolers in the waiting area. He said that signage should be used for the convenience of patients and their attendants in the new building. Shri Sarang also got the sound system installed in the new building checked. He instructed to complete the furniture work in a month.
Sarang took stock of the Patient Help Desk in the new building of Hamidia. During this, he instructed to computerize the records of children coming for treatment.