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Samsung India launches 15 health centres in TN

20 February 2018 | News

Samsung Smart Healthcare programme aims to support the government's efforts to benefit communities with limited access to quality healthcare across primary, secondary and tertiary levels.

Image credit- financialexpress.com

Image credit- financialexpress.com

Samsung India and the Tamil Nadu government have launched 15 Samsung Smart Healthcare centres in the state. Chief Minister K. Palaniswami formally launched the centres by inaugurating one such centre at the government hospital at Edappadi in Salem district.

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Samsung India and the State Department of Medical, Health and Family Welfare in November last year. As part of the MoU, Samsung will provide advanced and innovative healthcare equipment such as digital ultrasound and digital x-ray machines manufactured by the company along with LED TVs, air conditioners and refrigerators to selected government hospitals.

Samsung Smart Healthcare programme aims to support the government's efforts to benefit communities with limited access to quality healthcare across primary, secondary and tertiary levels. So far, over 3.5 lakh patients from the economically and socially-deprived sections of the society have been benefited at these centres across India.

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