Nagpur will be developed as a medical hub because a huge number of patients from neighbouring states visit the city for treatment, according to Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari.
He was speaking at the opening of a unit on the grounds of a private hospital that produces oxygen from the outside air. Hospitals can be found in a variety of busy regions across Orange City. Providing medical facilities in such populated areas becomes a difficult undertaking. As a result, a request has been made to NIT for a land parcel large enough to accommodate four thousand beds.
He stated that all medical services would be provided at a reasonable cost at this location.
This scheme will also assist patients from neighbouring states, according to Nitin Gadkari, who also stated that attempts would be made to begin organ transplantation at lower costs. Due to a scarcity of oxygen cylinders during Covid’s difficult times, several patients had to die. Only after this crisis was it determined to become oxygen self-sufficient, and considerable effort was expended in obtaining oxygen from the outdoor air. Oxygen is now available as needed.