KTR Inaugurates 150 ICU Beds Sponsored By HYSEA For COVID-19 Patients 

K.T. Rama Rao, the Information Technology and Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister of Telangana, inaugurated 150 ICU beds at TIMS, Gachibowli, Telangana.

The 150 Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds were launched at the Telangana Institute of Medical Science (TIMS) to increase beds for the Wuhan virus (Novel Coronavirus) infected patients. The additional facilities were arranged by the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) Government at a cost of Rs. 15 crores. 

The Telugu State Government with the help of the Hyderabad Software Enterprise Association (HYSEA) launched the additional beds. The HYSEA and its member companies, Microsoft, Qualcomm, Franklin Templeton, Cognizant and WellsFargo have come together to sponsor and set up a 150 bed ICU project at TIMS, Gachibowli.

Besides inauguration, KTR inspected the arrangements and facilities being provided to patients infected with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19.) He spoke to the patients and inquired about their well being, medical services available in the wards and other issues.

With this, the TIMS, Gachibowli has 1,200 plus 150 beds to treat COVID-19 patients during the pandemic.

Meanwhile, KTR said, as of now, the Wuhan virus situation is under control and the intensity of the second phase is likely to reduce. However, they asked people to be cautious and take the necessary precautions as the third wave is expected to come in September-October.

While concluding the TIMS visit, K.T. Rama Rao expressed special thanks to the medical staff who have been providing non stop medical care since the beginning of the pandemic.

KTR and the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) twitter page shared pictures of the newly inaugurated ICU beds at TIMs.

One of the tweets read, “Minister @KTRTRS formally inaugurated 150 bed ICU at TIMS, Gachibowli. This project is sponsored by @HYSEA1991 and member companies including Microsoft, Qualcomm, Franklin Templeton, Cognizant and WellsFargo.”

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