Medanta launches eClinic and Nursing Station at M3M Golfestate, Sector 65, Gurugram

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In continuation of delivering world-class healthcare while ensuring patient safety, Medanta ( launched their flagship eClinic and Nursing Unit within the upscale M3M Golfestate condeminium, Sector 65, Gurugram. This facility, similar to the other two at Sector 48 and Sector 49 will cater to the medical needs of residents by connecting them with Medanta’s super specialist doctors through remote consultation.

The eClinic was inaugurated by Dr. Naresh Trehan, Chairman and Managing Director, Medanta along with Mr. Pankaj Bansal, Director M3M Group. The eClinic will provide the members of the society with trained medical staff, support for medical emergency and virtual consultations.

Launching the eClinic, Dr. Naresh Trehan said, “Medanta is strongly committed to providing safe and quality healthcare to citizens. As the global pandemic continues to be a threat, we must ensure no one suffers because of poor access to treatment. Our flagship eClinic and Nursing Unit initiative is a step towards strengthening this commitment. The Medanta eClinic will enable residents of the M3M Golfestate to get specialised medical care in a safe and convenient environment.’’

“M3M has been at the forefront of providing best-in-class facilities to its prolific residents and to this end we are glad to partner with a world-class hospital like Medanta for bringing quality healthcare at the doorstep of our residents during these unprecedented times. The eClinic will support medical needs of residents to ensure essential and specialised care for all,” added Mr. Pankaj Bansal.

This initiative has been spearheaded by Residents of M3M Golfestate (Dr Ruchika Anand, Mr Sanu Kapila and Ms Praveen) and supported by Facility Management Team M/s Abante Integrated Facility Management & IHMS Team.


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