Gurgaon, Feb 23 (UNI) The Haryana government has decided to develop Gurgaon as the health care capital of the country.
The announcement was made by Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda after laying the foundation stone of a 500-beded, multi-speciality hospital of the Artemis Health Institute here today.
The Chief Minister said stressed the need for public private partnership for the development of health care facilities as it was the need of the hour.
He said Gurgaon was the first choice of the multinational companies for investment and a number of companies had come forward to invest at Gurgaon.
He said that the efforts undertaken by the Artemis Institute would help in providing better health care facilities to not only to the people of Gurgaon but also to the neighbouring states.
Mr Hooda said Haryana had fulfilled all the norms established by the Union Government and the European Union. With the fulfillment of the prescribed norms the state government had received a subsidy of Rs six crore for bringing about improvement in the health care sector in the state.
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