Mumbai: With a vision to become India’s foremost company as a provider of solutions for technical workforce deputation, Aarvi Encon Limited recently announced its partnership with Saifee Hospital, Mumbai.
According to the agreement signed for three years, the company will be paying up to Rs 6 lakhs per year towards treatment and other related services to the hospital’s OPD for the lower-income group.
Through this initiative, the company aims to cover the medical examination and treatment of patients who visit Saifee Hospital’s ‘Free Out Patient Department (OPD).’ These majorly constitute those people who come in for emergencies and are not able to afford the costs of investigations/check-ups and the medications prescribed to them.
In particular, Aarvi Encon will reimburse the costs of patients who have met with accidents at various railway stations in Mumbai. These include stations such as Churchgate, Marine Lines, Charni Road, and Grant Road.
Under the initiative, a total of 12 medical tests and their medications will also be subsidised by Saifee Hospital and covered by Aarvi Encon on behalf of the eligible patients. These include CBC, ESR, Cholesterol, ECG, and Chest X-Ray, amongst others.
“At Aarvi Encon, we believe it is the right of every individual to have access to quality medical care. However, often due to lack of information, high costs, and access to facilities, those in need are deprived of basic healthcare, even in emergencies. We are happy to be partnering with a highly reputed medical institution such as Saifee Hospital for the cause and are sure several of the needy will benefit through this initiative”, said V.D Sanghavi, Managing Director, Aarvi Encon Limited.
Aarvi Encon is amongst the country’s leading technical manpower outsourcing services companies pertaining to sectors such as Oil & Gas, Power, Petrochemical, Pipeline, and Infrastructure, with over 30 years of experience in the field. Through the tie-up with Saifee Hospital, it aims to help the hospital cater to the needs of people from lower-income groups by giving them access to treatment form expert doctors in emergencies at no cost.