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Himalaya BabyCare honours nurses across India

29 May 2018 | News

Himalaya BabyCare celebrates the nursing profession and the role that a nurse plays in the health of a patient and understands the selfless dedication and support that has helped improve the quality of many lives

Himalaya BabyCare, India’s leading homegrown baby care brand, recognized and felicitated over 80 nurses across various government and private hospitals at Mumbai. A flagship initiative by Himalaya BabyCare, this initiative aims at celebrating the work done by health care practitioners who have completed 25 years and above in the field.

 

The guests of honor at the event were Dr. Neha Pawar and Dr. Sushanta Pai who also felicitated the nurses. The initiative aims to honor nurses for their selfless contribution towards establishing and implementing nursing care with compassion. Himalaya BabyCare will be honouring nurses across major cities in the country like Pune, New Delhi, Agra, Varanasi, Lucknow, Ghaziabad, Ambala, Jalandhar, Surat and Nagpur with gifts and certificates.

 

Speaking about the initiative, Mr. Chakravarthi, Business Head Himalaya BabyCare, said “Nurses play a significant role in patient care and safety. They are filled with compassion and treat each patient with the same compassion and care. They work around the clock to provide the patient the best care. This goes a long way in healing patients, both physically and emotionally. Through this initiative, we extend our gratitude to all the nurses across the globe for their selfless contribution.”

 

Himalaya BabyCare celebrates the nursing profession and the role that a nurse plays in the health of a patient and understands the selfless dedication and support that has helped improve the quality of many lives.

 

“We truly value and respect the efforts made by the nurses to ensure patient safety and care. They are an important resource to the healthcare organization and are the primary care giver in the hospitals for holistic health supervision. I would like to thank Himalaya for recognizing nurses efforts in patient care,” says Dr. Neha Pawar.

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