The hospital will have various departments including Cancer, Organ Transplant, Spinal, Heart, Robotics, Orthopedic and Emergency.
A 200-bed international standard multi-specialty hospital with a mosque will be built on 5 acres of land in Dhanyapur village in Ayodhya, the Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation (IICF) said.
The trust of the Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board had earlier said it would build a state-of-the-art hospital on the land given to it by the Uttar Pradesh government to build a mosque on the orders of the Supreme Court. Hospitals are located in most parts of the proposed Indo-Islamic complex on the land. In addition, there is a museum and library in the complex.
On Tuesday, IICF spokesman Attar Hussain said: “There are plans to build a multi-specialty hospital with state-of-the-art services. The hospital will be completed in two phases. In the first phase, 100 beds will be provided. The remaining 100 beds will be placed in the second phase.
According to members of the trust, the hospital will have departments for cancer treatment, organ transplants, spinal cord, heart, robotics, orthopedics and emergency. According to the hospital sources, besides social services, plans have also been made to maintain communal harmony.
On September 1, the IICF appointed a former Dean of Faculty of Jamia Millia University, a well-known architect from Lucknow, to construct the entire complex. In addition, the responsibility of the consultant curator of the food archives of the complex has been given to the academic and well-known food critic Pushpesh Panth.