The donation is coordinated by TFMC, which plans to extend support to more Government hospitals in rural areas and plans to adopt few villages in Sircilla District
Hyderabad, Telangana: City-based Temenos donates COVID medical supplies worth Rs 10 lakh to Sircilla Govt Hospital through the hands of Sircilla Dist Collector.
The supplies were donated today to the collector at Collectorate in Sircilla today morning.
The donation is coordinated by TFMC, which plans to extend support to more Government hospitals in rural areas and plans to adopt few villages in Sircilla District.
Any constructive help to District is welcome, Mr. D. Krishna Bhaskar, Collector of Rajanna Sircilla tells Temenos company. He thanked them for the COVID Medical Supplies.
Temenos, leading banking software company donated corona related essential medical supplies worth rupees ten lakh to Government Hospital in Sircilla, the constituency represented by IT Minister Mr. K. T. Rama Rao. The donation of the medical supplies is facilitated and coordinated by Telangana Facilities Management Council (TFMC). The company officials Sethuraj Rajaram, Senior Director Facilities; Ms. Poojitha Kondapaka; Mr Satyanarayana Mathala, President of TFMC; Mr Srinivas Rao Thanda, Dy Chief Relations Officer, IT EC Dept, Govt of Telangana; Dr Suman Mohan Rao, Dist Medical & Health Officer; Dr. Meenakshi, Dist Program Officer for COVID were present at the handing over function. The Covid Medical Supplies were handed over to the Dist Collector Mr. D. Krishna Bhaskar in a brief function held at the New Dist Collectorate Office.
The supplies according to Mr. Sethuraj, include N95 Masks (5000 in number), Triple Layer Masks (5000), Nitrile Gloves (5000), 600 large adult diapers, XL large 600; NS 100 ml –1000 in number and 1000 PPE Kits.
Nitrile Gloves protect the wearer’s hands. The nitrile material keeps the wears hands safe from any contamination, and it also stops the user from contaminating any item or surface that they are touching. So also, the masks, PPE kits and other supplies.
We have chosen this hospital because of the need, Temenos said. The hospitals in urban cities have better access to these supplies. That is why we have chosen a government hospital in the rural area they said.
We are doing this as part of the TFMC covid Relief support initiatives shared Mr. Satyanarayana Mathala, President of TFMC.
With support from other organisations, we would like to extend these donations to other hospitals in the rural areas. TFMC also would like to adopt few villages in the Sricilla district and support weaver’s families in the coming years as they are most affected during Pandemic, he said.