Medical and health
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This video was shot in Hyderabad for LifeSpring Hospital and introduces the mission and beliefs of the hospital.
Optical Express and Glasgow the Caring City working together to improve visual health in marginalized communities
Glasgow the Caring City and Optical Express, one of the UK's leading opticians, have come together to form a unique partners which values visual health as a route out of poverty.
Abbott and Direct Relief International (DRI) have worked together to expand pre-positioning of supplies closer to those who need them—helping to stockpile supplies first in relief organization warehouses, then in free clinics, and now for local relief partners in high-risk regions of the world.
Transporting the sick and injured to private or government hospitals in ambulances-- 1298 Ambulance service in India
1298 is the first private ambulance company in India that provides service for all, regardless of income, and is one of just three organized operators in the country.
LifeSpring Hospitals' low-cost and high-quality maternity services in India have captured 48% of the baby delivery market
LifeSpring Hospitals Pvt. Ltd tries to bridge the yawning gap between the substandard maternity services offered by underfunded public hospitals on the one hand and the expensive services available in private hospitals on the other.
LifeSpring Hospitals, a privately owned company, is increasing access to maternal health care for low-income Indian women in partnership with Business Call to Action, a global initiative that works to motivate businesses to design responsible investments that help to achieve the Millennium...
LifeSpring Hospital in India is innovatively meeting the growing demand of low-income women who deserve affordable and dignified medical care. By focusing on a particular niche, maternal care, and different cost-saving strategies, this hospital provides maternal care at one-fifth of market...
In several African countries, such as Ethiopia, Uganda, Zambia and Malawi, Bayer has participated actively in the fight against malaria.
In 2005, in conjunction with Bayer AG, the TB Alliance launched an historic clinical trial program to test whether Bayer's moxifloxacin can be used to significantly shorten the time it takes to cure TB.
In 2006, Becton, Dickinson and Company (BD) and the International Council of Nurses (ICN) announced a multi-year initiative to provide health and wellness services to healthcare providers working on the front lines in several African nations.