Wipro GE Healthcare is keen to invest in technologies that are affordable to all.
Terri Bresenhem, President and Chief Executive, GE Healthcare, told reporters here on Wednesday that the company has not only been expanding its presence in India for over two decades now, but investing at least 30 per cent more in recent years. “The investment is both in terms of manpower and strengthening our research and development facility,” she said.
“We are striving to make healthcare affordable to all. While most medical equipment companies that have established their presence here import close to 80 per cent of their equipment, our import component is less. At GE Healthcare, we design and manufacture 30 per cent of the equipment in India. We have a strong research team, high quality thinkers and innovators here,” she added.
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India, Tuesday, April 09, 2013 -- (Business Wire India) -- eHealth Access ( www.ehealthaccess.com < http://www.ehealthaccess.com/ > ), a pioneer in healthcare technology which is on a constant strive to provide solutions for health care management, conducted a medical camp in the Dang district of Gujarat. The medical camp was a pilot test which offered free consultations with Doctors via the recently launched Medical Kiosk by eHealth Access.
The two day pilot started with Gujarat Dang district where 128 consultations (65% females and 35% male) were conducted successfully.