Hyderabad: Telangana government on Thursday announced plans to establish four Telangana Institute of Medical Sciences (TIMS) hospitals at a total cost of Rs 2679 crore across the city of Hyderabad. It also said that these hospitals will function as autonomous institutions.
The state health department said that these new hospitals which will come upon all sides of the city will distribute the huge burden of patients coming from different parts of the city and the state that the Gandhi Hospital, NIMS, and the Osmania Hospital see on a daily basis.
These super-specialty hospitals (along with the already available TIMS building in Gachibowli) will come up in LB Nagar, Alwal, and Sanath Nagar at a cost of Rs 900 crore, Rs 882 crore, and Rs 897 crore respectively.
The Engineer in Chief, Roads and Buildings department is permitted to invite bids from players for constructing these hospitals’ buildings, the Government Order said.