With the launch of Samsung-Apollo Mobile Clinic, both the companies target to leverage technology for ensuring citizens in rural areas in need of healthcare have access to it.
Samsung India Electronics and Apollo Hospitals Group have unveiled ‘Samsung-Apollo Mobile Clinic’ to offer access to quality, preventive healthcare against growing non-communicable diseases (NCDs) to the less privileged.
With this launch, both the companies target to leverage technology for ensuring citizens in rural areas in need of healthcare have access to it.
Samsung-Apollo Mobile Clinic is well equipped with high-end technology for an advanced screening of NCDs.
Shri Banwarilal Purohit, Governor of Tamil Nadu, said, “It is a commendable partnership between Samsung and Apollo Hospitals and I appreciate their endeavour towards serving India and making it healthier. Together, Samsung and Apollo Hospitals will now ensure they will reach citizens by creating access to quality prevention and early detection services right at their doorsteps. Healthcare needs increased focus and I am happy to be part of this journey to make a difference.”
Dr. Prathap C Reddy, Executive Chairman, Apollo Hospitals Group, stated, “Powered by Samsung, we now have a Mobile Clinic which will reach everyone who needs healthcare. We are starting this with Tamil Nadu and will soon spread this across other states as well. Our fight with NCDs is not limited to metros, so why must our healthcare be limited to hospitals. Apollo Hospitals will reach every citizen and ensure we all stay healthy. Only healthy and happy citizens can build a prosperous India. And at Apollo, we are doing our bit to ensure this.”
Peter Rhee, Corporate Vice President, Samsung India, added, “Samsung believes in transforming communities and creating a better life for people. We are pleased to partner with Apollo Hospitals for the Samsung-Apollo Mobile Clinic that will provide free medical screening camps and primary healthcare services for non-communicable diseases to the less-privileged in Tamil Nadu. Through this collaboration, we aspire to bridge the gap and provide access to quality healthcare facilities to the people of the state.”