On 26 July 2022, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who also holds the profile of health and PWD, reviewed health infrastructure projects sanctioned by the Expenditure Finance Committee (EFC). The major projects discussed during the meeting were the construction of 4 new hospitals in various areas, the project also includes the completion of the construction of Indira Gandhi Hospital in Dwarka and semi-permanent ICU hospitals.
To deal with the emergency and critical cases, the Delhi government is coming up with 7 new ICU hospitals across the capital. These hospitals will have a capacity of 6836 beds and will be semi-permanent. Under this project, the government will build a 4-storey hospital in Shalimar Bagh with a capacity of 1430 beds, a 5-storey hospital at Kirari with a capacity of 458 beds, a 4-storey hospital at Sultanpuri with a capacity of 527 beds, a 5-storey hospital at GTB complex with a capacity of 1912 beds. It is constructing a 5-storey hospital with a capacity of 596 beds at Chacha Nehru Children's Hospital in Geeta Colony, a 5-storey hospital with a capacity of 336 beds at Sarita Vihar, and a 4-storey hospital with a capacity of 1577 beds at Raghubir Nagar.
The Delhi Government is already building 4 new hospitals with state-of-the-art facilities in Jwalapuri, Madipur, Hastal, and Siraspur. Of these, the 11-storey hospital at Siraspur will have the capacity of 1164 beds, while others will have the capacity of 691 beds each. Hospitals in Jwalapuri, Madipur, and Hastal will have 10 storey buildings each. Officials of the Public works department said that more than 50% of work in Jwalapuri and Madipur hospitals has been completed so far. 40% of work has been completed in Siraspur and works in Hastal are going at a fast pace. All these hospitals will be completed in 2023.
The Delhi government also announced that the construction work of 1200-bed Indira Gandhi hospital in sector 9, Dwarka will be completed and would be made fully functional by the end of this year (2022).