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Centurion University, GAIL India ink pact for tele-health kiosks



In its bid to offer quality healthcare services to rural poor people, Centurion University on Monday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with GAIL India to set up tele-health kiosks in all 7 rural campuses of the University in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh

Poor people in rural areas who are deprived of healthcare services, can consult doctors, go for diagnostic tests, get medicines and opt for a second opinion through these kiosks at a very nominal cost. This facility can be availed online also.

Speaking on the initiative, GAIL India Independent Director N. Nandhagopal said, “We believe tele-health solution can help by realigning resource priorities, and it holds the potential to spread primary diagnostic assessment more evenly across the state. We are very excited by the opportunity to work with such a forward-looking team in providing solutions to these sorts of issues. We aim to deliver an affordable commercial healthcare solution.”

Among others, GAIL India ED (CSR & HR) Anoop Gupta, CSR In-charge (Odisha) Nigamananda Mishra, Comptroller of Finance Debasish Panda and Centurion University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Supriya Pattanayak were present at the MoU signing ceremony.



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