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PerkinElmer wins leadership award for contribution to Healthcare in India

08 May 2017 | News

Jayashree Thacker, President, PerkinElmer India, accepted the award from Shri KR Ramesh Kumar, Honorable Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Karnataka Jayashree Thacker, President, PerkinElmer India, accepted the award from Shri KR Ramesh Kumar, Honorable Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Karnataka

PerkinElmer, Inc.  announced that it has received the Leadership Award for Contribution to Healthcare at the recent Healthcare Summit held in Bengaluru, Karnataka. Jayashree Thacker, President, PerkinElmer India, accepted the award from Shri KR Ramesh Kumar, Honorable Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Karnataka and Smt KK Shylaja Teacher, Honorable Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Government of Kerala.

“We are very happy to receive this recognition; it motivates us to continue to innovate for our customers throughout India, with advanced solutions that help protect the environment, the safety of our food, and the health of mothers, newborn babies and their families,” said Jayashree Thacker.


“We are committed to contributing to State Government initiatives and national policies in India, bringing technology advancement, innovation and quality in healthcare service delivery,” added Dr. Ruchi Sogarwal, Deputy General Manager, Public Affairs & Policy, South Asia for PerkinElmer.

Other dignitaries present included Shri K Rajeshwara Rao, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India; Dr. Rathan Kelkar, Mission director, Government of Karnataka; Rina Desai, Head of Biocon Foundation; TL Alamelu, Director and General Manager, New India Health Insurance; and senior personnel from UNDP, World Bank, Public Health Foundation of India, UNESCO, Karnataka Health Promotion Trust and various other private institutions and non-government organizations.

The Summit was organized by the Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Karnataka and National Health Mission, Karnataka. The summit focused on four thematic areas: Best Practices in Healthcare Delivery; Leadership and Governance to Healthcare Delivery; Strengthening Co-ordination – Self Help Group Model for Health; and Information Communication Technology in Healthcare.

 

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