India’s ‘first women hospital’ inaugurated in Delhi

Saturday, March 9, 2019

New Delhi: Touted as India’s first women hospital, Gaudium Women Hospital was inaugurated on March 8, International Women’s Day, at Janakpuri in New Delhi by Bollywood Actress, Shilpa Shetty.

Bollywood Actress Shilpa Shetty inaugurating Gaudium Women Hospital on International Women’s Day in New Delhi.

Bollywood Actress Shilpa Shetty inaugurating Gaudium Women Hospital on International Women’s Day in New Delhi.

Inaugurating the hospital, Shetty said she believes that every woman is beautiful and every woman should be healthy. She further said, “What is the meaning of beauty if it is not backed by health.”

The actress also thanked science for creating IVF treatment as some kind of a miracle saying that surrogacy gives an opportunity to a woman to be able to grace motherhood.

Dr Manika Khanna, Founder & CEO, Gaudium IVF & Gynae Solutions, said, “Not just woman health, I wish to uplift entire women gender to a level where all are empowered, independent and in the best of health.”

“Gaudium as a brand believes that every woman is unique because it supports every woman in her journey through different phases of life,” she added.

Extending his wishes for the launch of India’s first women hospital, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said, “I am happy to note that Gaudium is celebrating International Women’s Day by inaugurating Gaudium Women Hospital, exclusively dedicated for women.”

Gaudium Woman is a first-of-its-kind dedicated women health specialist facility in India with an exclusive focus on not just providing tertiary services in women healthcare, but also on preventive and holistic health.

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