Paras Bliss Hospital Bags 1st Prize for Cleanliness in Panchkula
The hospital was adjudged as the cleanest hospital in Swachh Sarvekshan 2018 by the Municipal Corporation of Panchkula.
The award was given to Paras Bliss Hospital by Mr Om Prakash Dhankar, Agriculture Minister of Haryana.
The hospital was given the prize in a competition in which many other entities participated.
New Delhi, 29th March 2018:Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula, the specialized unit of leading healthcare provider Paras Group for mother and baby care, has today been awarded the first prize for cleanliness in the city in a competition in which many other entities participated.
The hospital was adjudged as the cleanest in Swachh Sarvekshan 2018 by the Municipal Corporation of Panchkula. The award was given to Paras Bliss Hospital by Agriculture Minister of Haryana Mr Om Prakash Dhankar.
“I am extremely delighted and honored to receive the award. We have always extended the best of services to all patients while maintaining cleanliness and hygiene, both within the hospital as well as outside. This award is testimony to that fact I am happy that it has been recognized. This award further reminds us of our responsibility to clean, fair and just to the society. We will strive to do even better in future,” said Mr. Ritesh Mittal, Unit Head, Paras Bliss Hospital.
The award was handed over in a gala event to mark the exceptional achievements of various stakeholders and entities in making Mega Clean Panchkula Campaign 2015 and Swachh Sarvekshan 2018 successful. MLA of Panchkula Mr Gian Chand Gupta was also present in the event while Mrs Latika Sharma, MLA of Kalka, was the chief guest.
Paras Hospitals has maintained exceptional cleanliness and professional standards since its beginning and has carved out a name for itself in the city for medical and healthcare facilities. Since its inception in 2015, Paras Bliss has been providing holistic care for maternity, obstetrics, advanced pediatric and neonatal intensive care and high risk pregnancy services. The 50 bedded hospitals has also been providing unique sessions for the expecting mothers and newborns like the baby and toddle care, ante natal class, lactation, counseling and Pal services etc.
Other dignitaries who attended the event included Commissioner of the Municipal Corporation of Panchkula, bureaucrats and police officers, apart from senior officials of Paras Hospital.