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Health scheme office opens call centre

Nov 05. 2011
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By The Nation

The National Health Security Office (NHSO) has opened a call centre at number 1330 to answer queries about welfare benefits for holders of national health scheme gold cards.


More than 2 million queries have been made and power-supply units to feed the NHSO’s database and computer systems have been readied, said secretary-general Winai Sawasdiworn.
The government’s central flood-relief call centre, 1111 Dial 5, has answered more than 400,000 toll-free calls, including 64,750 pranks, 70 of which came from a lone caller, while the number of lines has been increased to 120. 

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