The Arad County Council announced on Thursday that it has completed the construction of the new Psychiatric Hospital in Căpâlnaş.
“It is the second hospital built from scratch by the County Council, after the TBC Hospital, which during the pandemic was the only new hospital in Romania where patients with Covid were treated. The works started in 2019, and the financing was provided by the National Local Development Program and from the county budget. This summer, the patients will be moved to the new salons. And the furniture is new, as are the kitchen facilities”, declared Iustin Cionca, president of CJ Arad.
The value of the works was 26,245,002.29 lei, VAT included, of which 24,315,934, 81 lei was insured by PNDL.
The new hospital has a mezzanine, ground floor and first floor, with a total area of 5,385 square meters.
With a total of 75 places for patients, the courtyard intended for recreational activities, will provide permanent medical assistance and care, occupational therapy programs.
The Arad County Council will officially inaugurate the new hospital in the near future.
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