The three telangana Institutes of Medical Sciences (TIMS) in the city—Alwal, LB nagar, and Sanathnagar—were doing nicely, albeit being a little behind schedule. In addition, work on the super specialty hospital in warangal is moving quickly and could be finished by year's end.
The Department of Roads and Buildings is in charge of overseeing the construction of the three TIMS buildings. They are being built under the Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) model, for Rs. 2,679 crore. "Happy to share that the proposed three new TIMS super specialty hospitals at Sanathnagar, Alwal, and LB nagar in hyderabad are taking shape well," BRS working president KT Rama Rao said on X, sharing photos of TIMS, Sanathnagar.

"Telangana Institute of Medical Sciences will provide decentralized Medicare for urban poor and reshape Hyderabad's health care ecosystem," he declared.
Additionally, there was an acceleration of the NIMS, Punjagutta expansion activities. The R&B had originally intended to finish the super specialty hospital in warangal ahead of schedule and have it prepared for inauguration on june 2, the State Formation Day, but things fell through. The health department's restrictions were the primary cause of this. Senior department executives were completing floor-by-floor department segregation. According to a senior department official, the technical committee was evaluating things based on their needs, and as a result, work was somewhat behind schedule.

The hospital has 1700 beds and needs to construct 25 to 30 departments, such as neurology, cardiology, nephrology, and others. Although the buildings at Alwal, LB nagar, and Sanathnagar will be completed in a few more months, the inauguration may take longer than expected due to the need to finalize certain details. The official stated that, at the current rate of progress, the opening of these three hospitals may take place in march 2025.


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