In its on-going endeavour to strengthen the healthcare infrastructure in the country, the Mahindra Group announced the installation of a 1000 LPM Oxygen Plant at the Government General Hospital in Nandyal, Andhra Pradesh. The Oxygen plant was inaugurated by Shri Buggana Rajendranath Reddy, Hon’ble Minister for Finance, Planning and Legislative Affairs, Government of Andhra Pradesh in presence of Mr. V.S. Ram, Vice President, Mahindra Farm Division, Zaheerabad and other government dignitaries.
The Mahindra Group has been supporting the Government of Andhra Pradesh in the fight against COVID-19. In the past, the Group has donated two oxygen plants, two ambulances and ten Oxygen Concentrators to the Government hospitals in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Tech Mahindra Foundation provided a 1000 LPM Oxygen Plant to Government General Hospital in Vishakhapatnam and a 500 LPM oxygen plant to the Government General Hospital in Tirupathi.
The Mahindra Group has set up 23 oxygen plants and donated 94 ambulances across 19 states, in addition to its commitment of substantial funds across India to address the pandemic. The Group has supported the government’s relief efforts, re-engineered production lines and facilities to manufacture face shields, face masks and aerosol boxes, and provided ICU beds, emergency cab services, quarantine centers, oxygen-on-demand, monetary support and dry rations for the underprivileged.
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