Kotak Mahindra Bank Provides an Ambulance in Mumbai Under its CSR Project on Healthcare

Mumbai : Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited (KMBL) today announced that it is providing an ambulance to deliver primary healthcare services in and around the city of Mumbai. Under Kotak Mahindra Bank’s CSR Project on Healthcare, the Bank is providing the ambulance in Mumbai. Recently, the Bank also provided an ambulance in Sanand Taluka (Gujarat).

 

KMBL executives hand over the ambulance to H J Doshi Hindusabha Ghatkopar Hospital officials.

This CSR Project is one of the many healthcare efforts of the bank to save lives. The ambulances are being provided at a time when humanity is combatting to survive the COVID-19

pandemic. KMBL’s CSR-funded ambulances will work with multiple local stakeholders and hospitals. The ambulances will offer timely and easy access to medical facilities and will cater to the medical needs of local residents, largely from the lower socioeconomic background.

 

B.S. Sivakumar, President & Business Head – Agri Finance and Key Leadership Team member, Kotak Mahindra Bank said, “Making timely healthcare services available to all Indian citizens irrespective of which socio economic strata the person belongs to or which geography the person resides in, is a top priority for our country. Through this CSR Project on Healthcare, our endeavour is to supplement the existing medical infrastructure in Mumbai by providing emergency and primary medical services to the people who need it the most.”

 

A well-equipped ambulance is being given to H J Doshi Hindusabha Ghatkopar Hospital managed by the Harilal Jaichand Doshi Ghatkopar Hindu Sabha Hospital Trust.

 

Kotak Karma is the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) identity of the Kotak Mahindra Group. KMBL implements its CSR projects on Healthcare including but not limited to improving access to healthcare facilities by providing ambulances, critical care ambulances, mobile health units etc either directly and/or through implementing partner organisations working in the healthcare and sanitation space.

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