INDIAN NEWS & TIMES

Friday, October 7, 2022

Cigniti Technologies, the world’s leading AI and IP-led Digital Assurance and Digital Engineering services company, launched a NICU/SNCU facility at the Mother and Child Health Center, Nalgonda district, Hyderabad today. The facility was launched as part of the company’s CSR efforts undertaken in the field of Healthcare to create a long-term impact by equipping government hospitals with better infrastructure. The facility was inaugurated by Mr. C V Subramanyam, Chairman and Managing Director at Cigniti Technologies, along with Mr. Kancharla Bhupal Reddy, MLA, Nalgonda, Govt. of Telangana. Cigniti leadership Mr. Sairam Vedam, Ms. Urmila Markili, and Mr. Midhun Pingili, and Mr. Mayur Patnala, Founder and CEO, Nirmaan Organization also graced the occasion at the hospital.

Cigniti joined hands with Nirmaan Organization to address the acute shortage of NICU/SNCU beds and donated medical equipment like Radiant Warmers, Phototherapy machines, Pulse oximeters, Syringe and Infusion pumps, Multipara monitors, HFNC machines, and air conditioners for the ward, which are essential to serve critically ill or premature newborn infants who are at the age of less than 28 days. The supported facility serves a population of 14 lakh people in the district headquarters and rural villages surrounding the district. With this upgrade, the facility would be able to serve about 1,000 infants per year.

 “We are passionately focusing on making healthcare accessible and available for all. A lack of infrastructure in rural and remote areas is a major contributor to a high rural infant mortality rate. By equipping the facility with life-critical medical equipment, we’re trying to offer our contribution in improving care quality available to the residents of Nalgonda”, stated C.V. Subramanyam, Chairman and Managing Director of Cigniti Technologies, on the occasion.

Post Covid-19, the ward will be useful in treating infants who require specialized care and highly valued medicines that are very expensive in private set-ups,” (Quote from Hospital management)