Mahindra Group donates 3 oxygen plants, 12 ambulances to TS hospitals, charities

To assist and strengthen healthcare infrastructure to serve COVID-19 patients, the Mahindra Group has donated three oxygen plants and 12 ambulances to various government and public charitable hospitals in Telangana.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  6 Sep 2021 12:52 PM GMT
Mahindra Group donates 3 oxygen plants, 12 ambulances to TS hospitals, charities

Hyderabad: To assist and strengthen healthcare infrastructure to serve COVID-19 patients, the Mahindra Group has donated three oxygen plants and 12 ambulances to various government and public charitable hospitals in Telangana.

The event was flagged off at St. Theresa here on Monday by Telangana minister for municipal administration K.T Rama Rao in the presence of C.P Gurnani, Mahindra and Mahindra board member and Tech Mahindra managing director and CEO.

During the COVID-19 crisis, the Mahindra Group had provided emergency cab services to vaccinate the elderly and transport oxygen cylinders as part of its Oxygen on Wheels initiative. The Group had also provided face shields, ration kits, cooked meals, face masks, PPE kits, aerosol boxes, and medical equipment to hospitals.

The Tech Mahindra Foundation had supported the installation of a 500 LPM oxygen plant at Saint Mother Theresa Hospital, a 200-bed hospital set up for marginalized communities, here.

In addition, Mahindra & Mahindra has installed a 1,000 LPM oxygen plant in Mahabubnagar district and a 500 LPM oxygen plant in the industrial town of Zaheerabad in the state. Speaking on the occasion, KTR said Mahindra Group has been working proactively and efficiently with the Telangana government to support the fight against COVID-19. The installation of oxygen plants and donating ambulances by Mahindra Group will help charitable hospitals provide emergency medical services to the impoverished and marginalized communities, he added.

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