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Smile boots telemedicine with SMifi


Wifi. Photo; apk20

Wifi. Photo; apk20

TO further drive its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities, Smile Communications Nigeria Limited has provided First Consultants Medical Center (FCMC), Lagos, with SMiFi routers. This latest donation by Smile is regarded as a huge boost to the high brow hospital’s drive towards telemedicine practice.
FCMC was where Liberian-American and ECOWAS envoy Patrick Sawyer was admitted as the first Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) patient in Nigeria, after he fell sick upon his arrival to the country from Liberia. In all, he infected 11 workers at the hospital including late Dr Stella Adadevoh and late Justina Ejelonu, a nurse. Consequently, the hospital was shutdown and some of its equipment discarded due to exposure to the virus.
Smile Communications Nigeria Limited has therefore joined forces with the Nigerian Telemedicine Network (NTN) and other donors to equip FCMC with an All-Purpose Medical Solution System (APMS) as the hospital ventures into telemedicine services.
Speaking at the event, Chief Corporate Services Officer for Smile Communications Nigeria Limited, Tobe Okigbo, assured that the company would provide the hospital with connectivity capacity of 6mbytes per second.

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