Gurmeet Choudhary launches The Grand Hospital Project, aims to make health care system stronger

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In the past few months, Gurmeet Choudhary has been hailed as a hero, as a saviour, as an inspiration and many other such laurels. However, what he really is, is a human being trying to do good for all Indian citizens, in order to fight the mammoth COVID-19 2nd outbreak that the country is faced with and at the same time gearing up for future health care system. 
From arranging ICU beds with ventilators, to getting oxygen aid for those in critical conditions to procuring Remdesivir and saving lives, including that of a pregnant lady amongst many others, Gurmeet and his team have worked effortlessly, tirelessly and relentlessly over the last few weeks. 

Talking about his efforts to take care of the health care system of the nation, Gurmeet has launched The Grand Hospital Project which will have primary centres & small hospitals across various districts. The state of the art hospitals will be well equipped with the latest Al technology for disease detection & treatment, all under the guidance of super specialists from the main hospitals. The noble initiative takes shape with the premier hospital in Lucknow and Patna, followed by all other states as well. 

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Speaking on this huge feat and endeavour, Gurmeet said, "The Grand Hospital project is my dream project which I have visioned and I am working towards it each day. Ever since we got hit by COVID I realised that our health care system needs to become stronger, so the idea is to make India ready for the future. Today COVID has hit, tomorrow there will be many more dreadful diseases that will require us to fight against them. We are starting from Lucknow and Patna as the main centres of this project as they are the epicentre of the nation and they connect to all the other states. Once those are formed we will replicate the same in other states too. All the hospitals will be equipped with AI technology and will be under the guidance of specialists."

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