Practitioners and policymakers have become increasingly aware in recent years that achieving good health and economic vitality in neighborhoods requires a close collaboration of a variety of sectors, including housing, education and social services. But collaboration does not occur in a vacuum; institutions often provide a crucial focus for collaboration and are active agents—or “hubs”—in the process.
Recently, Nayati Healthcare Foundation has rolled out an ambitious plan for Academics in healthcare. They are already in process of starting DNB programs for doctors in certain specialities and super specialities and a diploma course for doctors in critical care medicine. They have collaborated with FFLV to provide 2 year diploma courses to our girls who have graduated. The girls will be trained in ex-ray and radiology , critical care management, operation theatre technology, Trauma care and casualty and as Lab-technicians.
So far 9 girls have enrolled for these courses. Completing this course, will open various options for these girls in terms of their career growth potential. These girls will be placed as lab technicians and specialists in this field in other hospitals once they complete this course.
In the past also, Nayati joined hands with FFLV by conducting various mental/physical health awareness sessions and seminars with the teachers and students.
Nayati Healthcare & Research Pvt. Ltd. is India’s first Multi Super-Specialty healthcare chain operating in Tier-II & Tier-III cities to offer premium tertiary care. Their objective is to bring world class quality healthcare to these cities and neighbouring towns.