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KEM Hospital Dean Avinash Supe flags off 'Transasia on the Move' in Mumbai

Our Bureau, Mumbai
Monday, December 4, 2017, 16:50 Hrs  [IST]

Transasia on the Move, the mobile van initiated by India’s leading In-vitro Diagnostic Industry was today flagged off at KEM Hospital by Dr. Avinash Supe, Dean of KEM and Director of Medical Education and BMC Hospitals, Mumbai.

Transasia on the Move was launched last year as an educational promotion of the latest technologies in In-vitro Diagnostic instruments, especially in the rural areas. Since then, the mobile van has traversed through big and small cities and remote towns of Northern India and Southern India. More than 5,000 clinicians and lab professionals were able to view and get a hands-on-experience of Transasia’s affordable, cutting-edge technologies, right at their doorstep.

It has set forth on its journey across Maharashtra in an effort to take the company’s latest hi-tech instruments to the interiors of the country. The van was flagged off on 18th November, 2017 at Nagpur and has already traversed through Nanded, Latur, Solapur, Sangli, Kolhapur, Karad and Pune.

In Mumbai from the 30th Nov. - 8th Dec. 2017, Transasia on the Move is being stationed at prominent locations at Vashi, Thane, Kalyan, Ghatkopar, Parel, Byculla, Khar, Kandivali and Mira Bhayander Road.

On 5th December, the van will be stationed at the J.J. Hospital and is slated to be inaugurated by Dr. Sanjay Surase, Medical Superintendent. Dean Dr. M.B. Tayade, has also expressed a keen interest in paying a visit.

Over the next 27 days, Transasia on the Move will be reaching out to the other interiors of the state, including Nasik, Aurangabad and Jalgaon before entering Gujarat. Pathologists and technicians in these areas will thus get an opportunity to explore the latest technologies right in their hometown.


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