Lt. Governor of Delhi felicitates 16 healthcare professionals & institutions at the 10th FICCI Healthcare Excellence Awards ceremony

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Lt. Governor of Delhi felicitates 16 healthcare professionals & institutions  at the 10th FICCI Healthcare Excellence Awards ceremony

The Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, Mr Anil Baijal, gave away the 10th FICCI Healthcare Excellence Awards to 16 healthcare professionals and institutions at an awards ceremony here late evening in the presence of Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Ms Anupriya Patel and Chairperson, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital & Medical Research Institute, Mumbai, Ms Tina Ambani.


The following are categories of the awards and the names of the recipients:        



Patient Safety – Hospital

NU Hospital

Medical Technology /Devices

Vita Pathfinders Consultants LLP

Health Insurance Products

Religare Health Insurance Co. Ltd

Healthcare Start Up

Leowin Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

Environment Friendly Hospital

Aravind Eye Hospital, Pondicherry

Service Excellence  – Diagnostic Centre

Dr Lal PathLabs

Service Excellence – Private Hospital

Artemis Hospitals

Service Excellence – Private Hospital

Max Healthcare Institute Limited

Service Excellence  – Public

Government Spine Institute, Ahmedabad

Skill Development

Public Health Foundation of India

Social Initiative – Corporate

Fortis Healthcare Limited

Social Initiative – Corporate

HealthMaP Diagnostics Private Ltd

Social Initiative – Not for Profit

ICARE Eye Hospital & Postgraduate Institute (Unit of Ishwar Charitable Trust)

Healthcare Humanitarian Award

Dr Abhay Bang & Dr Rani Bang – Founders – SEARCH

Healthcare Personality of the Year

Dr Girdhar J Gyani – Director General, AHPI

Lifetime Achievement

Dr Azad Moopen – Chairman, Aster DM Healthcare

 Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Baijal urged to remove paradoxical situations present on the ground in providing quality healthcare to all.  

 He said “development of a country is predicted on the basis of the healthcare situation in the country. We need right policy and regulatory framework to achieve remarkable growth.”

 Emphasising on the importance of start-ups, he said that they are redefining the healthcare sector and urged the private sector to come forward and work in collaboration with the government to take healthcare to the next level.

 Minister Ms Anupriya Patel reiterated the benefits of Ayushman Bharat scheme and said that government is working towards strengthening Public Private Partnership and creating workable and viable PPP model which can be implemented in next two-three years.

 Ms Tina Ambani mentioned five A’s important for the healthcare sector. She said “accessibility, affordability, awareness, aspiration and association are the five pillars that will help to bridge the gap in providing quality healthcare to the common man.”



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