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Gurtej SinghCEO of Ivy hospitals while speaking to media persons at press conference said that with this investment Ivy will set up more hospitals in north India including BathindaAmritsarHoshiarpurSimlaKarnal and embark on a multiphase expansion and will make treatment accessible at local level Currently there are three operational hospitals at MohaliKhanna and Nawanshahr Ivy has emerged as a leading super specialty hospital in the region in a short span of 5 years The 25 specialty department Ivy Hospital is providing treatment to more than one lack patients every yearbesides it is also one of the very few hospitals in the entire region that have achieved the most coveted distinction among healthcare providers NABH accreditation This is the highest seal of quality certification for hospitals in India and now with DEG investment in IvyIvy aims to take specialty care to the doorstep of patients by setting up hospitals in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities of North India CEO Singh also informed that global investors in the past have chosen to invest in other parts of the country but it is for the first time that Punjab Health Care domain is chosen and landscape of healthcare of Punjab will be changed due to global investment According to him Ivy always believes in bringing modern infrastructure in the hospitals and highly qualified doctors to manage the same as there is a huge shortage of specialty hospitals in this region and Ivy aims to plug this gap by creating additional 1000 beds soon Gurtej Singh said that this expansion is expected to create new health care jobsfrom doctors and nurses to pharmacists and administrative staff He said that Ivy is committed to pay back to the society also by providing free medical services like free medical check-up campsorganizing awareness talk at various other locationsarranging for free consultation and medicine distribution camps and creating awareness about health and wellness For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsArsenal boss Arsene Wenger has made history as the Frenchman became the longest serving manager of the Premier League era after surpassing Sir Alex Ferguson Manchester United’s manager Alex Ferguson and Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger Reuters On Monday Wenger moved above Ferguson by taking his tally in charge of Arsenal to 7583 since his first game against Blackburn on 12 October 1996 – exactly a day longer than what Ferguson spent in charge of Manchester United after the top-tier of English football was re-branded as the Premier League in the 1992-93 season Ferguson took charge of the Red Devils in 1986 when they were in the old First Division and saw his 7582-day spell as a Premier League boss end with an entertaining 5-5 draw at West Brom in May 2013 The Scot’s spell at Old Trafford started more than five-and-a-half years before the Premier League which means that the 75-year-old was in charge for 26-and-a-half years Meanwhile Wenger arrived at the London club and replaced Bruce Rioch after resigning as the manager of Japanese side Nagoya Grampus Eight in 1996 The 67-year-old who will enter his 22nd season as Gunners’ boss still has some six years to go until he matches Ferguson’s record with the Scot having managed an astonishing 9704 days at the helm of Manchester United But despite spending more days in charge (7583 days) Wenger is still a few matches shy of managing the most games in the league as Ferguson holds the record – having been in charge in 810 matches in the Premier League – while Wenger is 20 behind on 790 However the Frenchman can surpass the Scot’s record in the 21st game of the new season facing Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium on New Year’s Day in what promises to be a mouth-watering contest Name Club Tenure No of days Arsene Wenger Arsenal October 1996 to present 7583 Sir Alex Ferguson Manchester United August 1992 to May 2013 7582 David Moyes Everton March 2002 to May 2013 4082 Interestingly Wenger and Ferguson are well ahead of the third-longest serving Premier League manager David Moyes However the former United boss is placed 11th on the list of all-time longest serving bosses in English football with West Brom’s Fred Everiss in charge for 46 years (1902-1948) Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: December 18 2013 5:33 am Related News The poor living in the jurisdiction of the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) are being deprived of free medical facility available in select private hospitals Reason: the civic body has failed to create awareness about free medical services for the poor in some hospitals that have benefitted from additional floor space index (FSI) for construction of their buildings In the past three yearsonly 170 patients have got free medical services through PMC facility while 28400 should have benefitted going by the agreement with the private hospitals In reply to an RTI query by activist Vivek VelankarPMC said it signs agreements with private hospitals that get additional FSI for construction of their buildings in lieu of reserved beds for poor patients A total of 27 beds should be reserved every day in the four private hospitals that have got additional FSI for poor patients sent on recommendation of PMC This means 9800 patients should have benefitted every year from the facility It is shocking that only 170 poor patients could avail themselves of the facility? download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Charanjit Ahuja | Chandigarh | Published: June 10, But the analysis of vote shares presented on Friday (‘When AAP meets IOU’, “My dreams were shattered in London.

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