Shimla: Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal was today joined by Union Health Minister Gulam Nabi Azad in laying the foundation stone of super speciality hospital at Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Government Medical College, at Tanda in Kangra district estimated to cost Rs. 150 crore. Speaking on the occasion, Prem Kumar Dhumal said that the state government was endeavouring to create a strong and wide network of specialised medical services for people at their doorsteps and the Tanda hospital would emerge as a specialised health institute to meet the requirement of lower areas. He said that the super speciality hospital would cater to the specialised medical services of the patients not only from within the state, but from neighbouring states as well. He said that Himachal Pradesh had been utilizing the central funds received for various developmental activities judiciously. He also pointed out that health security was the major concern of the state government for which added attention was being paid. He assured the Union Health Minister that the state would not lag behind in any way in rising to the expectations and aspirations of the people.