Medical treatment

Mobile medical treatment for the poor and needy by a private hospital

HDL partnered with the Wockhardt Foundation to develop a mobile medical treatment center for the city’s poorest residents. The project, which will be operational in the financial year 2021-2022, is being carried out over a period of three years at a cost of Rs 1.05 crore, according to the company. Each year, approximately 25,000 people will benefit from the program. A medical truck containing diagnostic and testing equipment, chemicals and drugs is also part of the project.

This mobile ambulance, which works in Chennai and its surroundings every other day except Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., will be staffed with a doctor, a pharmacist and a laboratory technician. HCL also intends to expand its corporate social responsibility initiative, which is implemented in collaboration with the Voghard Foundation to provide basic health care to people in need in and around Hosur.

The president of HCL Ltd. and Managing Director of HFCL Ltd. Mahendra Nahatta said, “The objective of this project is to make this service available to disadvantaged and disadvantaged people who do not have access to basic health care. Our dedication to serving the country is unwavering. “Through this project, the Wockhardt Foundation and HFCL will work together to provide improved basic health care to underserved and impoverished communities living in and around Chennai,” said Dr. R. Shriram, Medical Director of the Voghard Foundation. .