Delhi government to set 'world-class' medical college in Dwarka; admissions to start from 2025
The Delhi government has decided to set up a 'world-class' medical college in Dwarka to boost the healthcare workforce, and its admission process will start from 2025, the city health department said on Friday. Besides, a 600-bed maternal and child care hospital equipped with state-of-the-art facilities will be built on the campus of the Indira Gandhi Hospital in Dwarka Sector-9 to ensure better infant care, it said.
Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said the Arvind Kejriwal government is working continuously to provide better health facilities to citizens and reinforce the public health infrastructure. "The number of beds in government hospitals will be increased rapidly during the next few years. We are also working to expand the capacity of various hospitals. The Kejriwal government is committed to its goal and is dedicated to serving the people, which is why affordable and quality healthcare is being provided to people of Delhi," he said in a statement issued by the health department.
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