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In Brief: GE to provide hospital equipment

In Brief: GE to provide hospital equipment

General Electric (GE) last week announced plans to expand its

Developing Health Globally program to include six unnamed sites in

Cambodia, as well as an additional donation of medical equipment for 23

public health facilities.  A GE country representative confirmed

Thursday that Kampong Speu, Phnom Penh Municipal and Kossamak National

hospitals will be the first of the 23 recipients of resources,

including ultrasound equipment, mobile X-ray machines and patient

monitors, with product installation and training expected to be

completed by late August or September. 

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