Children’s wellness centers offer a new home in India
The children’s wellness facility at the center in Mumbai, India, is getting a new lease on life.
The center was shuttered in 2012 due to the country’s growing pandemic.
Now, it is reopening to welcome its new owners.
The new owners are the Children’s Health Center of India (CHCI) and the India Animal Welfare Association (IAWA).
“This is a very exciting moment,” Chiraan Bhattacharya, the head of the CHCI, said.
“Our hope is that it will become a part of the Indian community.”CHCI is a children’s health center that offers care to children with a variety of health problems.
The facility offers medical and surgical treatments to children from birth to age seven.
The hospital and clinic is a hub for people in need in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Children from all over India have turned to CHCI for health care since it was founded in 2012.
In February, India became the first country to offer free medical care to a large number of children in the country.
CHCI is the only one of the three centers that can offer free care.
The other two centers are in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh and the western state of Gujarat.