MeduLance, a provider of emergency medical services, has recently collaborated with Uber India in a significant partnership. This collaboration focuses on honouring the hardworking Uber drivers, often regarded as unsung heroes of daily life. In a joint initiative, the two companies have set up Mobile Health Camps across various locations in Delhi NCR and Bangalore, spanning over four weeks. Each week, these camps were moved to different areas to maximize accessibility and convenience for the drivers.
The initiative saw over 1,300 Uber drivers taking advantage of the free health and wellness services offered at these camps. These services included health check-ups, medical consultations, and advice on maintaining a healthy lifestyle. MeduLance co-founder Pranav Bajaj emphasized the significance of this partnership, stating that it aligns with their vision of proactive care and support for community servers. He highlighted the essential role of Uber drivers in daily mobility and the commitment to ensuring their health and well-being.
Shiva Shailendran, the Director of Operations at Uber India and South Asia, also expressed satisfaction with the partnership. He noted the convenience the mobile health camps offer to drivers and the positive feedback received. The initiative is hoped to be expanded to more locations in the future.
Currently operating in over 500 cities, MeduLance plans to extend its services to an additional 500 cities within the next two years. The company provides emergency medical response services for the Delhi and Rajasthan governments and is looking to expand in North-East India.