Chief Minister M.K. Stalin virtually inaugurated G.Kuppuswamy Naidu Memorial Hospital Medical Research Institute and Out-patient Centre, at Avinashi Road on Tuesday.  This centre is India's first and largest integrated out-patient centre.

According to GKNMH, this new centre is a state of the art 8 floor modern facility designed specifically for expert-led preventive health services, including consultations, diagnostics and treatment.

Called GKNM - IOP, short for Integrated Out-patient Centre, this facility is built on 3.3 lakh sq.ft area, at Avinashi road. It has 30+ medical departments, 250+ experienced doctors, advanced diagnostic facilities and laboratory medicine.

It also offers comprehensive master health checkup and a 24 hours drive-in pharmacy. It is understood that the center offers its consultation services from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The Chief Minister inaugurated the hospital in the presence of Trustees of Kuppuswamy Naidu Charity Trust for Education and Medical Relief.

Chairman and Managing Director of LMW, Sanjay Jayavarthanavelu who is one of the Trustees of Kuppuswamy Naidu Charity Trust for Education and Medical Relief was present with the Chief Minister in Chennai during the launch event.

Other Trustees including President S.Pathy, Vice President Gopinath attended. CEO of GKNMH Dr.Ragupathy Veluswamy and and Coimbatore Collector Kranthi Kumar also took part.