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    The Regional Centre ECHS under the headquarters of Telangana and Andhra sub area has signed a MoU between AIIMS, Bibinagar and Ex-Servicemen Contributory Health Scheme (ECHS) Hyderabad. Brigadier K Somashankar, SM, Station Commander, HQ Telangana and Andhra sub area and Colonel Vikram Saini, Director RC ECHS Hyderabad represented the Armed Forces for signing the MoU with Professor Vikas Bhatia, Executive Director and Dr Bipin P Varghese, Deputy Director from AIIMS Bibinagar.

    This initiative will benefit more than 90,000 veterans and dependents of Hyderabad and nearby districts of Telangana. It will facilitate cashless and capless medical treatment for ECHS beneficiaries.

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    The partnership between the Regional Centre ECHS and AIIMS Bibinagar aims to provide better healthcare services to veterans and their dependents in the region. This collaboration will ensure that ECHS beneficiaries receive necessary medical treatment without any financial burden.

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    Overall, this MoU will improve access to quality healthcare services for a large number of veterans and their families in Hyderabad and surrounding areas of Telangana.

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