GNRC 37th Foundation Day: ‘Health for All, Smiles for All’

Guwahati: The Guwahati campus of GNRC Dispur, the first super-specialty hospital in North East India, celebrated the 37th anniversary of its founding and commitment to serving the community on Friday.

Dr. Nomal Chandra Borah, the founder of the Affordable Health Mission and the GNRC Group of Hospitals, spoke on the occasion to highlight the organization’s numerous initiatives and efforts to ensure that everyone in the community has access to high-quality healthcare. Additionally, he greeted and congratulated the chief guest, Ms. Manikuntala Bhattacharya, a prolific author of novels, short story collections, children’s books, and poetry collections.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Borah said, ““I would like to express our gratitude to our employees and media for their significant contribution in helping GNRC progress towards its mission of achieving ‘Health for All, Smiles for All’ for everyone in the society irrespective of their social and economic status. We have structured this organization intending to deliver excellence across all clinical specialties. I am extremely fortunate to work with a selfless, dedicated, and truly professional group of individuals who share my mission of making healthcare affordable to everyone.”

“This is the time to focus our attention to preventive healthcare too. So that we work for keeping the society healthy & disease-free rather than treating them when they are sick. GNRC is working relentlessly on Preventive Healthcare with the extremely enthusiastic and dedicated Swasthyamitras across the state under a very promising & unique model – GNRC Affordable Health Mission,” he added.

In his welcome remarks, Dr. Ashish Malakar, Group CEO of GNRC, highlighted the difficulties facing healthcare organisations in the post-COVID age and outlined the numerous measures GNRC had taken to address these difficulties.

Chief Guest, Ms Manikuntala Bhattacharya delivered an insightful lecture on the occasion and said, “I am grateful to the management of GNRC for inviting me to such a remarkable programme. The way Swasthyamitras are helping GNRC’s mission to achieve quality healthcare is truly amazing. I am sure GNRC will very soon be able to help most of the people in Northeast India and adjacent regions.”

On the occasion, Dr Nipanka Goswami was felicitated and awarded with Academic Excellence Award while Dr Naba J Borah & Dr Inamul Haque were felicitated and awarded for their outstanding contributions. Moreover, Dr Ananta Bora, Dr Pranita Saikia Medhi, Dr Karandeep Dang and Dr Debajanee Gogoi Majumdar were felicitated and awarded for their outstanding contribution during COVID-19.

On this occasion, awards were also given to employees who had excelled in their specialties throughout the previous year and to the champions of different internal competitions.

The 2023 calendar was also unveiled at the ceremony, with a specific emphasis on the non-clinical support departments for their outstanding performance during COVID-19.

The chief operating officer, Dr. Subrat Dev Bhagabati, praised the GNRC family for making the event a big success and expressed his gratitude to the chief guest, Ms. Manikuntala Bhattacharya, for her kind presence.

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