Wockhardt Foundation partners with Welspun to launch Mobile Medical Unit in Mumbai
Wockhardt Foundation through its Mobile Health Reach aims to provide free primary healthcare at the doorstep of the poor families in slum areas of urban India through a pan-India network of mobile healthcare units. Through its Mobile Health Reach healthcare outreach programme in Mumbai, Wockhardt Foundation and Welspun aim to offer free primary healthcare aid to nearly 22,500 patients annually in this area.
Commenting on the partnership with Welspun, Dr. Huzaifa Khorakiwala, CEO & Inspiration, Wockhardt Foundation said, "Having successfully launched MMUs across various slums of Mumbai like Bharatnagar, Dharavi, Madraswadi, Nargis Dutt Nagar & Antop Hill, Malad, Dombivali, Kurla, Santacruz Golibhar, Bhayander & other areas in Maharashtra, it has now become imminent that we put the programme's pan-India expansion on a fast-track. Our partnership with Welpsun provides us a like-minded partner to aid in the expansion of Mobile Health Reach in Mumbai. Through this strategic collaboration, we are expanding the programme in slums of Mumbai. Over the next one year we aim to further expand this programme across other States of the country."
Dipali Goenka, Director, Welspun India Limited says on the occasion, "We at Welspun are delighted to initiate the Mobile Health Van project for Mumbai. Through this project we strive to enhance the medical facilities and in turn improve the quality of life amongst the underprivileged families. Welspun as a responsible corporate urge to have concrete and positive contribution towards the sustainable development."