Maharashtra cabinet has approved first-of-its-kind medical hub in Jalgaon district, where patients can get all the medical facilities they need under one roof. The state government has given it’s a nod to the project, and has approved Rs1250.60 crore for this purpose.
This decision of the state government will help people of north-Maharashtra as they will not have to come all the way to Mumbai for any treatment.
The medical hub in the state will have all medical education related wings all in one place. This medical hub would have a Government Medical with the capacity of 100 students, an Ayurveda College with the capacity of 100 students, a state of art dental college with 50 students, and a homeopathy college. The state government has proposed 1250.60 crore for this ambitious project which is to come up in Chincholi village, near Jalgaon.
Speaking to My Medical Mantra, Medical Education Minister of Maharashtra, Girish Majahan said, “This first-of-its-kind of medical hub would provide patients with all medical related facilities under one roof. This will also provide us to conduct extensive research in modern medicine as well as one of the oldest systems of medicines known as Ayurveda.”
Mahajan further added, “In coming years, Jalgaon will emerge as a medical hub, through which we can provide better medical infrastructure to poor people, so that people who stay in rural areas can avail all government facilities at the earliest.”