The proposed new modern 150 bedded hospital building for Swami Vivekanand Government Hospital at Nimbahera in Rajasthan is a significant step towards improving healthcare infrastructure in the region. The new hospital building is planned to comply with regulatory norms, modular planning, and green building features.
The hospital building will be designed to accommodate 150 beds, with separate wards for men, women, and children. The hospital will also have an emergency department, intensive care unit, and operation theatres. The hospital will provide medical services to patients in Nimbahera and surrounding areas.
Green building features are also included in the proposed hospital building. Green buildings are designed to be environmentally friendly, energy-efficient, and sustainable. The use of green building features in the hospital building will help reduce energy consumption, water usage, and waste generation. The hospital will also use renewable energy sources, such as solar panels, to power its operations.
The hospital building will also comply with regulatory norms. Regulatory norms are guidelines set by the government to ensure that buildings are safe, hygienic, and functional. Compliance with regulatory norms is essential for ensuring the safety and well-being of patients and staff.
The hospital building will also include modern amenities such as air conditioning, fire safety systems, and internet connectivity. The hospital will also have a cafeteria and a pharmacy.