According to a statement issued here on Friday, President Droupadi Murmu accepted Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu MK Stalin’s invitation to open the government multi-super specialty hospital built at an estimated cost of Rs 230 crore at Guindy in Tamil Nadu’s Chennai district.
According to a statement, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin visited President of India Droupati Murmu today at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi and gave an invitation to inaugurate the Multi-Super speciality Hospital in Guindy, Chennai. The President of India has agreed to inaugurate the hospital in Guindy, Chennai, and to take part in the Centenary Celebrations on June 5, 2023, at the YMCA Ground in Nandanam.”
The new 1000-bed hospital began building in the King Institute of Preventive Medicine and Research Complex, Guindy, at a cost of Rs.230 Crores, in an area of around 51,429 square meters with a ground floor and six additional stories, according to the announcement. “Now, with the completion of this state-of-the-art hospital and the beginning of the celebration of Muthamizh Arignar Kalaignar, CM invited the President of India to participate in the above events,” the statement continued.
On the occasion of Muthamizh Arignar Kalaignar’s 97th birth anniversary on June 3, 2021, CM Stalin said, “A multi-super speciality hospital will be established on the premises of King Institute of Preventive Medicine and Research at Guindy.”