Hyderabad: To provide affordable and quality healthcare to patients from the economically and socially weaker sections of society, Samsung India has introduced its Samsung Smart Healthcare program at the Osmania General Hospital.
As part of its Smart Healthcare programme, Samsung provides advanced and innovative healthcare equipment such as ultrasound and digital radiology (x-ray) manufactured by the company free to select government hospitals across the country.
The Samsung Smart Healthcare facility at the OGH was inaugurated by the Health Minister Dr C Laxma Reddy and Samsung India vice-president, Deepak Bhardwaj.
With products such as ultrasound, digital radiology and accessories that facilitate healthcare intervention and multiple medical examinations, Samsung has so far collaborated with 16 government hospitals across to country for the Samsung Smart Healthcare program.
They also have trained technicians, radiologist and experienced doctors to handle state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and software, according to a press release.