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Ardas was done before starting the work of the hospital.
- Treatment of every merge will be free in the hospital, work started with Ardas in Sector-78, will be ready in a year
One such hospital is being built by Sri Guru Harikrishna Sahib Charitable Hospital Trust Sohana, where free treatment will be given for every merge. There will be no cash counter in 150 bedded hospital. From the test to the patient’s living arrangements in the hospital, arrangements will also be made by the trust. The construction work of the hospital has been started with Ardas.
The trust is already running a super multispecialty hospital. Trust chairman Bhai Davinder Singh Khalsa told that the target has been set to complete the three-storey hospital work in a year. The hospital is to be fully built with the service of the accompaniments. The purpose is to provide free treatment to any patient who comes to the hospital.
Trust’s secretary Bhai Gurmeet Singh said that this hospital would be a separate hospital of its kind in the tricity. Anyone can come here and get treatment. All facilities up to IPD will be provided. The hospital’s chief administrator Adarsh Suri said that the work of the hospital in Sector-78 has started and the trust wishes to dedicate it to the people at the earliest.
Trusting people for three decades
The trust has been engaged in the service of the people for three decades. Here the first eye hospital was started by the trust, which has now been converted into a super specialty hospital. The hospital of the trust is also providing services to the people. Special arrangements have been made for dialysis, cancer patients and even during the Corona period, special arrangements were made for the patients here.
The Gurdwara Sahib is run by the trust in Sohana, where the sanghas come and perform the rituals. The Sikh sect is also propagated under the ideas of Bhai Jasbir Singh Khalsa Khanne, the founder of the trust. Here every year through special Gurmati Samagam, the message of connecting with Guru Granth Sahib is also given.