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PANAJI: The Konkan Railway Corporation Limited(KRCL) has started providing telemedicine facilities at some of the railway stations located in remote areas.
It has recently inaugurated telemedicine services for the use of local public at Gokarna Railway Station on Monday. Rajesh Tripathi, Director (W&W), KRCL; D.S. Lingaraju, RRM, Karwar region; Girija Hullera, president of local Mandal Panchayat were present.
This is the first in a series of telemedicine service extended to the local public by virtue of which people in their home-towns can get specialist advice from super speciality hospitals situated at other places and can get quality health services, said an official of the KRCL on Thursday. “We hope that the local people come forward and avail this facility to find better solutions for their medical problems and make this effort of KRCL fruitful,” he said.
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