Push for new model as study says most private hospitals in Gurugram beyond reach of middle class
| Monday | 1st April, 2019
But its redevelopment is stuck in bureaucracy.The city has another public sector hospital in Sector 10, but there aren’t enough doctors there.
The shortage of affordable healthcare, quality infrastructure and staff at Civil Hospital leaves the middle and lower-middle classes worse off.
The Civil Hospital building has been a shambles for years, with the roof on the verge of collapsing.
I think these projects will be able to address the demand for affordable healthcare permanently,” said Umashankar.
Yet, a GMDA internal study shows that with much of the facilities in the private sector, only 25% of hospital beds in the city are affordable for its middle and lower-middle class.
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