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Gratuitous Medical Management for the Unstoppable

News Update/ press Release

Gratuitous Medical Management for the Unstoppable

New Delhi, 05a August 2021: Glamyo Health- a multi-specialty healthcare provider has announced free healthcare services to all 127 Indian athletes competing in the Tokyo Olympics 2020. Having a network of over 200 hospitals across 9 cities including Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Indore, Bhubaneshwar, Chandigarh, Patna & Ahmedabad, the service allows athletes to avail any surgical treatment from the bouquet of 50 + surgeries free of cost for life. These include surgeries related to Sports Orthopedics, Proctology, Urology, Laparoscopy, Vascular, Ophthalmology etc. 

A sportsperson often avails medical services in Sports Orthopedics, Proctology, Urology, Ophthalmology etc. Glamyo Health specializes in these services with the highly qualified team of surgeons and best in class network of hospitals. The company has put a dedicated team in place to coordinate and execute the same. “Today when Indian athletes have made us proud, we take this opportunity to thank them for their exceptional performance and contribution on the international level and are pleased to provide them our surgical services for free.”, said Archit Garg, Co-Founder at Glamyo Health.

Dr. Preet, Co-Founder at Glamyo Health said, “Sports people have a demanding schedule and when they require such treatments, it needs to be handled with utmost care keeping in mind their sports career. Glamyo Health is humbled and proud to be doing its bit for our heroes making India proud at the global stage”.

 The brand has already served 12,500+ patients and works with 150+ highly qualified surgeons. It further plans to expand its presence to 20 cities and have over 250 hospitals in its network by the end of year 2021. 


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