Haryana to get AIIMS extension, Rohtak PGI to be upgraded
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With the Central government's nod to an extension of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi, in Badsa village in Jhajjar district, and upgradation of PGI in Rohtak, Haryana is poised for a marked improvement in health facilities.
Recently, a team of the Union Health Ministry and AIIMS approved Badsa village in Jhajjar for setting up the AIIMS extension, following which the state government offered 300 acres to the Central government for the Rs 2,000-crore project.
The proposed AIIMS also includes the National Institute of Mental Health and the first-ever National Institute of Genetic Care, and of all the AIIMS extensions proposed to be set up across the country, the one in Rohtak would be the biggest.
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