Ujjwal Kirti|Jun 5, 2023
HCL Healthcare to set up medical centre at Galgotias University Greater Noida
Galgotias University CEO said the new medical centre at Greater Noida campus will offer benefits to both students and staff
NEW DELHI: Galgotias University has collaborated with HCL Healthcare to establish a medical centre to provide high-quality healthcare services on its campus in Greater Noida.
The university said, “HCL Healthcare's leadership in digital technology integration in healthcare is a significant asset. Their advanced digital platforms will enable efficient healthcare services, enhancing the overall healthcare experience within the Galgotias campus.”
HCL Healthcare's network spans urban and rural areas across the country and this aligns with Galgotias University's commitment to serving its students and staff, regardless of their background or location, it added.
Dhruv Galgotia, CEO of Galgotias University, said, “We aspire to provide our students with the very best in medical care. This partnership with HCL Healthcare is a testament to our commitment to the well-being of our students. Our goal is not just academic excellence but the cultivation of individuals who thrive in every aspect of life, and this collaboration is a significant step toward achieving that vision.”
The new medical centre at Galgotias University will offer benefits to both students and staff, and the partnership reflects the university's dedication to the holistic well-being of its community members, addressing their physical and mental health needs, the CEO said.
Pawan Danwar, chief financial officer, HCL Corporation said, “Providing good governance has always been a priority for our initiatives. This partnership is a testament to our commitment to delivering exceptional healthcare services to the community.”
The significance of this partnership lies in HCL Healthcare's expertise as a digital technology leader. With access to advanced digital platforms and a track record of innovation, HCL Healthcare is poised to drive advancements in healthcare services and ensure universal health coverage, the university said.
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