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Health care app launched

U. Bharath


Danvanthiri Medical Tourism (DMT), a Coimbatore-based startup today launched a comprehensive mobile health care app that gives a gamut of reliable medicare services, including GPS- enabled `save me’ ambulance services, blood donation and organ donation which could be availed at the click of the button.

Launching the app here, which is named after the first ever Ayurvedic doctor of India, Danvanthiri, B. Sivachenduran , Chairman and MD said, the app would be one-stop solution for all the health care needs. “We have a huge network of specialists and partners, including Apollo, KMCH, and Thyrocare, in the city. The app users can find an exhaustive directory of top hospitals, clinics, blood donors, ambulances, pharmacies, laboratories and patient coordinators near their homes and avail their services, everything from home.”

“Getting quotations for surgeries and other medical services from the listed health service providers and taking informed decisions are made easier. Access to medical records on the cloud and free storage upto 1GB to save health records is another feature of the app” he said.

The unique ‘Save me’ feature helps one during medical emergencies. “All one has to do is to do is to click the SOS button, following which a patient coordinator gets notified, and an ambulance arrives at the patients door -step, by tracking through the GPS,” he said and added “Danvanthiri is the only mobile app, which has an exclusive GPS-enabled save me button. All these life-saving services are offered free of cost.”

The app also come with a rider on organ donation . “The Danvanthiri App helps in speeding up the formalities involved in organ donation, apart from increasing the overall awareness on the topic so that many would come forward to donate organs . In our country, about 200,000 people are waiting for kidney and another 100,000 people are waiting for liver transplant,” Chenduran said.

The app would soon be launched in Chennai and Bangalore.

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