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India’s Apollo, FNU Sign Health Pact

Top Indian group Apollo Hospitals and Fiji National University (FNU),  have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for healthcare collaboration. The MoU entails enhancement of the healthcare infrastructure in Fiji,
21 Nov 2014 09:09
India’s Apollo, FNU Sign Health Pact

Top Indian group Apollo Hospitals and Fiji National University (FNU),  have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for healthcare collaboration.

The MoU entails enhancement of the healthcare infrastructure in Fiji, enabling better access to high quality care for the people with telemedicine and referral to Apollo Hospitals for advance ailments.

Establishment of a clinic with outpatient specialist consultation services, provision of diagnostic services, round-the-clock emergency care access and diabetes management services besides sharing of content on medical education and training programmes, including e-learning portfolio are also part of the MoU.

Apollo Hospitals group joint managing director, Sangita Reddy, stated in a press release: “We have developed a special relationship with the people of Fiji and have initiated programmes to bring the benefits of Apollo model of care to Fiji.”  Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama, and health minister, Jone Usamate, welcomed this initiative and opined that this was the beginning of a long and substantive engagement between Apollo Hospitals and Fiji.

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