GURGAON: The 50-bed Civil Hospital in Farrukhnagar will become operational before March, making it the fourth such facility run by the government in the district.Officials said on Sunday the hospital will be a boost to public healthcare in Gurgaon and will help them achieve the objective to plug critical gaps in medical infrastructure between rural and urban areas.Currently, Gurgaon has three civil hospitals: in Sector-10, Pataudi and Sohna. District chief medical officer Dr Virender Yadav said the construction of the Rs 12 crore hospital in Farrukhnagar was almost complete but operations will be limited until August. “We will start the gynaecology and OPD services by the end of this month on the first and second floors. The other two floors will be handed over by August this year,” he said on Sunday.Though population has risen in the city of around 15 lakh people over the past decade, health infrastructure in Gurgaon has not kept pace. Thousands of people cannot afford treatment at private hospitals, and are only left with the option to visit the Sector 10 Civil Hospital in the city. Apart from the Farrukhanagar facility, construction of a new building for the hospital in Civil Lines is still pending.