Chief Minister Stalin opened GKNM IOP, the biggest integrated outpatient facility in India, in Coimbatore.

The G.Kuppuswamy Naidu Memorial Hospital Medical Research Institute and Out-patient Center, located on Avinashi Road, was essentially opened on Tuesday by Chief Minister M.K. Stalin. The first and biggest integrated outpatient center in India is located at this facility.

This brand-new center, according to GKNMH, is a cutting-edge, eight-story building created especially for expert-led preventive health services, which include consultations, testing, and treatment.

This institution, known as GKNM – IOP, or the Integrated Out-patient Centre, is situated on 3.3 lakh square feet of land on Avinashi Road. It features more than 30 medical departments, 250 skilled physicians, cutting-edge diagnostic tools, and laboratory medicine.

It also provides a 24-hour drive-in pharmacy and a thorough master health assessment. It is acknowledged that the center is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. to provide consulting services.

In the presence of trustees from the Kuppuswamy Naidu Charity Trust for Education and Medical Relief, the chief minister opened the hospital.

At the inaugural ceremony in Chennai, the Chief Minister was accompanied by Sanjay Jayavarthanavelu, Chairman and Managing Director of LMW and a trustee of the Kuppuswamy Naidu Charity Trust for Education and Medical Relief.

Vice President Gopinath and President S. Pathy were among the other trustees present. Participating were Dr. Ramupathy Veluswamy, CEO of GKNMH, and Kranthi Kumar, Collector of Coimbatore.

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