NTPC begins telemedicine centres' second phase at its 14 Stations in tie-up with Hospitals

Gurdeep Singh, CMD, NTPC ltd today inaugurated the telemedicine centres virtually with C-DAC in the presence of D.K. Patel, Director (HR), M S D Bhattamishra ED (HR), Col. A sheet Nath, (Retd.), DG C-DAC.

NTPC begins telemedicine centres' second phase at its 14 Stations in tie-up with Hospitals
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Kolkata: National Thermal Power Corporation Limited, (NTPC Limited), a state-owned enterprise under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Power, Government of India begins the second phase of Remote Telemedicine Centres at 14 of its projects/stations across India. 

Gurdeep Singh, CMD, NTPC ltd today inaugurated the telemedicine centres virtually with C-DAC in the presence of D.K. Patel, Director (HR), M S D Bhattamishra ED (HR), Col. A sheet Nath, (Retd.), DG C-DAC.

The Telemedicine centre would enable the employees and their families to have free consultations with specialist doctors from different fields. The patients would be connected to the doctors from within and outside the organization through video calling.

Heads of Projects/Stations of (Barauni, BRBCL-Nabinagar, Darlipalli, Farakka, Gadarwara, Kahalgaon, Kanti, Khargone, Koldam, Kudgi, Lara, Meja, NPGCL-Nabinagar, Pakri Barwadih, Rammam, Rihand, Talaipalli, Tapovan Vishnugarh, Vindhyachal), their CMOs, Heads of HR &  Medical, and the IT team were present on the occasion.

The beneficiaries of all these projects and stations can avail Telemedical consultation from NTPC doctors, specialists and doctors of corporate hospitals like Apollo, Medanta, BLK, SGPGI. Fourteen projects have been now added to the existing network of four projects. At the end of March 2022, another ten more will be added, then there will be total 28 NTPC projects whose beneficiaries can avail Telemedical consultation. UNI