The mobile clinic van, initially operated by Wockhardt Foundation, is designed to cater to 9,600 patients in 2 months and on a daily basis 200 patients
Huawei India partnered with Wockhardt Foundation and Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) to run a mobile medical clinic van as part of its CSR initiative to provide primary healthcare to the needy in Mumbai.
Abhijit Bhangar, Commissioner, Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) said, “We firmly believe that collective effort is essential for providing an effective and efficient service for the betterment of society. Strategic collaborations and partnerships have empowered and enabled NMMC’s initiatives over the years. One such important collaboration is with Huawei India. Our collaboration is in line with our efforts to provide quality healthcare to the vulnerable community in the specified region using Huawei’s mobile medical unit.”
Commenting on the initiative David Li, CEO, Huawei India said “Huawei has been committed to doing our bit for India’s people and the society. Especially after the tough period we faced together against an unprecedented global pandemic, it has become far more crucial to elevate medical infrastructure. This initiative with Wockhardt aims to extend the reach of the medical system to the serve those who have difficulty accessing medical care. Laced with the latest medical equipment, the Mobile Clinic is a great opportunity to serve the needy.”
The mobile clinic van, initially operated by Wockhardt Foundation, is designed to cater to 9,600 patients in 2 months and on a daily basis 200 patients. Equipped with GPS tracking system, the mobile clinic van will be operated by a team comprising of 1 doctor, 1 pharmacist and 1 driver to cover the Navi Mumbai, Vashi area and conduct free OPD/health screening for the local people. The clinic will offer free basic health services, working to create awareness on sanitation, hygiene, mother and child healthcare, safe drinking water, immunisation, anemia, de-worming, vector-borne diseases, HIV, snake-bites, diabetes and tuberculosis. Onboard facilities will feature diagnosis kits of malaria, hepatitis, dengue, typhoid, blood sugar, blood pressure and other medical ailments with provisions to refer complicated cases to specialty hospitals.