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Tech Mahindra Chandigarh donates two ambulances to ‘Tera Hi Tera Mission Hospital’
Chandigarh, September 22, 2021:
Tech Mahindra Chandigarh Campus, realizing the indispensable role of ambulance services in emergency pre-hospital medical care, patient transfer, ease of access to health services particularly to the common people of Chandigarh has undertaken initiative of providing two ambulances to Tera Hi Tera Mission Hospital as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program.
The ceremony was inaugurated by Vinod P Kavle, Secretary Information Technology, Chandigarh Administration & Ms. Nitika Pawar, Director Information Technology, Chandigarh Administration in the presence of Facility head, Tech-Mahindra campus, Anuj Suri by flagging off both ambulances from Tech-Mahindra Chandigarh Campus, Chandigarh Technology Park to Tera Hi Tera Mission Hospital, Sector 26, Chandigarh on 22nd May, 2014.
The ambulances has been donated to enable Tera Hi Tera Hospital to provide better medical and relief services to the needy people, and to render various humanitarian services like taking the sick and ailing poor patients of remote areas to hospital especially from the economical weaker section of the society who comes to hospital for treatment. Tech-Mahindra has donated two such ambulances to City Hospital under its CSR initiative with the objective that it will strengthen the Public health infrastructure, increase confidence of people in public healthcare services and enhanced utilization of public health infrastructure particularly for needy people.
Vinod P Kavle said that “Healthcare services have been the prime focus after outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic. The Healthcare services needs to be strengthened so that it can be easily accessible to common people especially from economically weaker section of society. He lauded the step taken by Tech-Mahindra to donate ambulance to Hospital which will be helpful in serving the needy patients. He urged that the corporates should come forward and generously help in serving the common people “
Nitika Pawar said that “The donation of these ambulances will enable the accessibility of ambulance services to a wider section of community, who currently do not have access to basic health services.” She applauded this noble initiative which will help in responding to emergencies faster and more effectively.