Project Summary

The 710-bed National Cancer Institute, which has been set up at a cost of Rs 2,035 crore in Jhajjar in Haryana, will focus on patient care, undergraduate teaching, research, and training specialists to provide cancer treatment in small towns, which will be networked with NCI to provide the best treatment modalities. NCI is not only the most advanced cancer centre in the public sector, it’s also the cheapest. Services will open in three phases, with the OPD, 250 beds, ICU and operation theatres getting operational in phase 1 (deadline ending March), 500 beds in phase 2 by December 2019, and 710 beds by 2020, when the institute will be fully operational.

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