Yashoda Hospital Kaushambi, G’bad signs pact to treat patients from Afghanistan

The MoU was signed at the 5th Global Exhibition on Services (GES) that was held at Bengaluru. The conference was attended by senior representatives of trade, imports, exports and industries from 74 countries

(Left to Right), Navneet Sehgal, PS, Uttar Pradesh Afghan Govt representative, UP Health Minister, SN Singh and Dr Sunil Dagar from Yashoda Hospital

The 5th Global Exhibition on Services (GES) was held at Palace Grounds, Bengaluru from November 26 to 28. The GES was the largest services show in India and showcased India’s capability across various services sectors before a global audience. The conference was attended by senior representatives of industries and trade, imports, exports and industries from 74 countries. The conference was inaugurated by Piyush Goyal, Union Minister for Commerce and Industry and Railways, Government of India.

Addressing the Global Exhibition on Services (GES) 2019, Darpan Jain, Joint Secretary, Union Department of Commerce and Industry in curtain raiser event said service sector generates more employment than any other sector and has a huge potential for India in healthcare industry which is a $100 billion business globally with India’s share only about $1 billion. More than one crore people travel globally for healthcare every year but India receives only 2-3 lakhs.

A MoU for treatment of Afghan patients at Yashoda Super Specialty Hospital Kaushambi Ghaziabad was signed with Yashoda Super Specialty Hospital Kaushambi Ghaziabad and Afghanistan’s Health Tourism Development Center for Islamic Countries in presence of Cabinet Minister of Uttar Pradesh (Khadi and Village Industries, Sericulture, Textile Industry, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Export Promotion, NRI Investment Promotion), Siddharth Nath Singh and Principal Secretary of UP Navneet Sehgal, IAS, Sudhanshu Pandey, IAS , Additional Secretary, Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, Sangeeta Godbole IRS, Director, Services Export Promotion Council, Deputy Director, Jyoti Kaur.

On 28th November in this summit in Bengalaru. Dr. Wahid Majrooh, the President of Health Tourism Development Center for Islamic Countries and Dr. Sunil Dagar, Chief Executive Officer of Yashoda Super Specialty Hospital Kaushambi, signed the contract and exchanged it during the ceremony.

A seminar on the Indian System of Medicine and its emerging role was organized during this conference in Bangalore on 27th November, which was chaired by Upasana Arora, Director, Yashoda Super Specialty Hospital Kaushambi and Chairperson of Healthcare Committee of Services Export Promotion Council.

On the successful organization of this conference, Dr. PN Arora, Managing Director of Yashoda Super Hospital Kaushambi, Ghaziabad appreciated the Yashoda team and said that this conference will be very helpful in making India a leader in the field of medical tourism. Dr Arora further said that the representative of the country of Rwanda, Africa Gahire Andrew, and Ainur from Kazakhstan also personally visited Yashoda Super Hospital Kaushambi after the conference and very quickly they will start sending their patients for treatment.

In this summit  Dr. Sunil Dagar, Chief Executive Officer of Yashoda Super Specialty Hospital Kaushambi, Gaurav Pandey, Head of Corporate Relations Department of Yashoda Super Specialty Hospital Kaushambi, Prateem Goon, Senior Manager, discussed about the ethical, affordables and quality treatment of international patients at Yashoda Superspeciality Hospital situated in Kaushambi, Ghaziabad with over 125 international representatives. During this discussions representatives from Afghanistan, Bangla Desh, Nepal, Rwanda, Uganda, Nigeria, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan were very positive and they showed keen interest and said in future patients from these countries will be treated at Yashoda Super Hospital Kaushambi.

-delhincrnews.in reporter