Kirloskar Technologies, popularly known as KTPL and a part of the 100 year old, multi-billion US dollars conglomerate – Kirloskar Group, has been a successful healthcare enterprise for more than two decades.
KTPL is committed to improve the standards of Indian healthcare. Based on this, KTPL is actively engaged with various state governments for managing and maintaining medical equipment installed in public healthcare facilities, such as primary health centres, community health centres, district hospitals and medical college hospitals.
So far, Kirloskar Technologies has been awarded the maximum number of contracts for this ‘Biomedical Equipment Maintenance’ programme in three states that include Rajasthan, Punjab and Kerala.
KTPL represents known global manufacturers of hightech medical devices in India, offering a multidisciplinary product portfolio catering to the fields of cardiac surgery, interventional radiology, interventional cardiology, neurosurgery, nuclear medicine, oncology, radiography, vascular surgery, minimal invasive surgery, and plastic & reconstructive surgery. KTPL is fulfilling the needs of the Indian health sector by equipping the hospitals with latest high-tech medical equipment.
Amardeep Sethi, Managing Director, KTPL believes “The moot point of KTPL philosophy which thrives our presence is our commitment to ensure high level of uptime of our medical assets which are either supplied by us or we are only maintaining. This is so, because we strongly believe that a machine is as good as it performs.
“This mantra continues to guide us while we strive to bring newest technologies and solutions to fetch smiles of satisfaction on the faces of all the KTPL Stakeholders. In order of priority they are patients, healthcare fraternity, principals, shareholders and of course, KTPL team.”
KTPL has added prestigious customer base such as Rajasthan Medical Services Corporation Ltd, Kerala Medical Services Corporation Ltd, and Punjab Health Systems CorporationLtd, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (New Delhi), Tata Memorial Hospital (Mumbai), Fortis Group, Max Group, Apollo Group, Jaslok Hospital, Leelavati Hospital, Dhirubahi Ambani Hospital, Jaideva Group of Hospitals (Bengaluru), BM Birla Hospital, Narayana Hrudayalaya and over 100 government medical colleges.
KTPL provides efficient timely maintenance services to more than one hundred fifty thousand units of medical device – assets installed in around 4,500 government health facilities, from hospitals in districts towns to primary health centres in remote rural areas.
KTPL achieves this by making the optimum use of the latest technology for round-the-clock call services. A special tailor-made software is being used for recording equipment mapping and for acknowledging and resolving services complaint s withindefined time frame.
Real-time dashboard display on breakdown, service progress and other reports is created for efficient maintenance management.
Rajasthan Medical Services Corporation has developed acomprehensive software solution, e-Upkaran, to improve the inventory management and maintenance services of medical equipment in health delivery centres across the entire Rajasthan state. KTPL is functioning in line with the concept and application of this software to further improve maintenance efficiency.
KTPL ensures that qualified, experienced and local culture friendly biomedical engineers, product and application specialists, and sales management staff are deployed to match the need of achieving high level of efficiency. Regular training sessions are held to update their skills and knowledge. At present around 200 KTPL team members are working at various locations in every nook and corner of India. To facilitate better customer contact, KTPL has offices in all major metro towns. KTPL is striving to contribute towards the health and happiness of millions of patients.