January 19, 2022

Published from Mumbai, Delhi & Bhopal

Hon’ble CM of Madhya Pradesh, Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan inaugurates Portable Healthcare unit built by Picturetime Medical in collaboration with American Indian Foundation

A Mobile Digital Movie theatre company, Picturetime, that stepped in India Covid Crisis early last year during the first wave, and successfully installed portable rapid deployed Covid field hospitals in Mumbai, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and Assam, has now in collaboration with American Indian Foundation (AIF), set up, deployed and delivered two Portable Healthcare units/ enclosures in Madhya Pradesh. One at Betul and the other at Rajgarh.

Honourable Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan, virtually inaugurated the Portable Healthcare Unit at Betul today and declared it open.

Other dignitaries physically present were Collector and District Magistrate, Betul, Shri Amanbir Singh Bains,
Additional District Magistrate, Betul Shri. Shyamendra Jayaswal,
MLA Dr. Yogesh Pandagre
And CHMO Dr. AK Tiwari.

This Portable Healthcare unit at Betul has been deployed at the premises of the Civil Hospital, and consists of 50 beds that is inclusive of 8 ICU beds, 15 with oxygen support and 27 regular ward beds. The entire unit was set up in 12 days.

The second unit set up Rajgarh that is now functional as well also consists of 50 beds where the patients are being treated for all sorts of health concerns.

With their ongoing collaboration with The American Indian Foundation, Picturetime Medical has also installed these portable healthcare units at Jamshedpur,
Baramulla (Jammu & Kashmir), Delhi and Rajkot and also currently setting up one at Balia, Uttar Pradesh.

On the motive behind installing more of these portable healthcare units, Mr. Sushil Chaudhary, Founder & CEO, Picturetime Medical says “During the peak of the second wave early this year, owing to the extreme hardwork of our team for which I am so thankful, we could set up these portable field hospitals in Madhya Pradesh at Jabalpur, Sehore and Bhopal which are functioning successfully. This time, with our strong and constructive collaboration with the American Indian Foundation, we have set up 2 more healthcare units at Rajgarh and Betul. We live in testing times and the medical terrain needs utmost attention. The intention is to support the existing medical infrastructure and save as many lives as possible and To provide medical aid to not just Covid patients, but people suffering from other Health concerns as well.”

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