Global medical technologies firm GE Healthcare has joined hands with the Indo-UK Institute of Health (IUIH) to offer radiology support to IUIH Medicities programme in India, under which medical centres of excellence will be set up across 11 states in India.
Under the partnership, announced at the India-UK Technology Summit in New Delhi held a month earlier, a training and education centre will be set up on the campus of one of IUIH’s Medicities with GE Healthcare providing course content and skill creation training programmes to the students.
“The partnership with GE Healthcare is set to redefine the existing paradigms in the healthcare industry. It will add unparalleled value to IUIH at multiple levels. The agreement demonstrates our strategic intent to create a globally admired, affordable and accountable Indo UK Institute of Health Medicities Programme. With this partnership, we will have access to not just the best in radiology imaging products, but also world-class customer after-care, training and ongoing R&D, which will benefit patients in India,” said Ajay Rajan Gupta, MD and CEO, IUIH.
Milan Rao, President and CEO, GE Healthcare, South Asia and India, said, “We are delighted and proud to partner with IUIH Medicities in their endeavour to bring best-in-class healthcare delivery to India. At GE Healthcare our mission is to work for a healthier India and a healthier world. This partnership with IUIH is a significant step in this journey and will help create industry leading solutions for the benefit of people in India.”