In the current trying times of the Corona Pandemic, Ireo Hospitality Division instated with the RWA to create a 10 bed Covid Care Facility.
There are 2500 families who are living in all 4 condominiums as their community initiative.
Quick Realty a part of Ireo Hospitality owns and manages four luxury clubs in four of its posh condominiums Grand Arch, Skyon, Uptown and Victory Valley in Gurgaon.
The Center would be a pre-hospitalization transit facility with doctors and paramedical staff for people who needs a hospital bed with oxygen but which is not available due to the shortage of bed and oxygen in city hospital due to rapid rise in covid cases on this end wave across India.
Ireo Hospitality owns various hospitality projects like Ascott Ireo City Gurugram and Grand Hyatt Gurugram apart from owning Quick Realty which manages all luxury clubs at their various condominiums has been instrumental in setting up all required infrastructure along with RWA’s Rahul Dahiya, General Secretary, Ireo Skyon, and Pranab Kumar, President, Ireo Uptown.
With the help of RWA, the facility has a 24/7 ambulance service and on-call doctors and 24/7 monitoring. The Food and other allied services for patients and doctors are provided by the Quick team as a compliment.
The quick team took this initiative as they felt its utmost importance to stand by their community and extended their support for the society’s people where they have been running their hospitality business.
Said Pankaj Dugar CEO, Ireo Hospitality Division,” These are unprecedented times and many of our near and dear ones have fallen victim to this deadly disease. So we thought we should come forward to serve our people as a responsible business conglomerate. As there is a crisis of hospital beds with oxygen even though our government is putting their best efforts. So to bridge the gap we have taken this initiative along with our condominium’s management committee so that we can stand by our people in this time of need.”
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