Mumbai, 30 August 2017: HealthCare atHOME (HCAH), India’s leading provider of integrated home healthcare service, entered the financial capital of the country during a time when the city needed it’s services the most. Mumbai was forced into a standstill on 29 August, by its heaviest rain in 12 years, recording almost 300 mm in some parts. Mumbaikars have been known to show solidarity whenever their city faces a calamity and HCAH’s gateway to Mumbai reflected this very spirit by helped people with medical services at home despite all odds.
The rains affected each and every life in Mumbai, for people who were in ill-health, it was devastating to not be able to receive medical care. To many such individuals, HCAH provided a range of home healthcare services including home nursing, wound dressing, injection administration, even managing patients on ventilator. These medical supports were not only to delivered to patients at home but even to those whom HCAH staff met along their route to the patient’s home. HCAH have also started a toll-free service(1800-102-4224
)for those affected by the Mumbai rains and in immediate need for medical help in Virar area.