Mumbai’s oldest tertiary care and multi-specialty charitable hospitals has unveiled its plan of massive makeover. It is all set for a 50,000 sq.ft. expansion at an estimated cost of Rs 300 crore.
“Approx 300 crore will be invested in the refurbishment over next 5 to 6 years.” Jitendra Haryan, CEO of Jaslok Hospital said.
The city-based charitable institution has rested all the speculations about taking over of daily operations and will handle the management control on their own.
The 350 bedded hospital has plans to add 50,000 sq. ft to its current space, the top executive of the company said.
The hospital is looking forward to completing the current refurbishment phase by 2023.
Last year, the hospital launched a 37-bedded advanced ICU with multi-para monitors, ventilators and experiential waiting area for patient’s relatives and shifted it to the 4th and 5th floors.
The 46-year-old Jaslok Hospital was started by philathropist Seth Lokoomal Chanrai and was inaugurated in 1973 by then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.