Devendra Fadnavis, CM, Maharashtra and Tina Ambani, Chairperson, Reliance Hospital, inaugurate the 225-bedded super speciality hospital
Recently, a new super speciality hospital by Reliance was inaugurated by Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister, Maharashtra at Koperkhairne in Navi Mumbai. Also, present on the occasion were Tina Ambani, Chairperson, Reliance Hospital, Navi Mumbai and Anil Ambani, Chairman, Reliance Group.
The 225-bed hospital, spread across 2.5 lakh square feet, seeks to provide affordable and world-class healthcare facilities and services to people.
Fadnavis, praising the chairperson for the initiative, said, “The hospital has been dedicated not only for the people of Maharashtra but for India. He also mentioned about Reliance’s initiative for 19 oncology centres across the state of which three centres are likely to open in Solapur, Akola and Gondia in Maharashtra. These centres will help the common man get high-class, affordable and accessible treatment in rural areas also.” He also praised Narendra Modi’s Ayushman Bharat’s medical scheme.
According to Tina Ambani, “Reliance Hospital is a natural progression in a transformative journey to bridge the gaps in India’s healthcare fabric, a journey that began with the opening of Kokilaben Hospital. In the firm belief that world-class medical care should be the prerogative of all Indians, not the privilege of a few, Reliance Hospital endeavours to become a bastion of health and hope for the people of Navi Mumbai and surrounding areas. With the finest medical talent and technology working in concert across departments and specialities, we seek to expand our embrace of care and compassion, to reach out, touch and save more lives. Indeed, we see healthcare as an expression of humanity—for us, every life matters.”