New Delhi, Sept. 11 -- Construction of new hospitals and remodelling of existing ones will increase bed strength in Delhi government-run facilities by 122% by 2023, says a report on healthcare infrastructure presented by Delhi health minister Satyendar Jain to chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.

The city's primary healthcare infrastructure, on the other hand, will get a huge push by this year-end. The report said 200 new Mohalla clinics will come up in October and another 200 by December.

"The expansion of public health infrastructure in Delhi is unprecedented. It is the largest programme for improving access to healthcare anywhere in the world. The total increase in capacity that is currently underway in terms of bed capacity is more than 12...