Hyundai Motors Foundation renews MoU with SRU
Thriving for a good cause to offer healthcare services for the economically backward class, the leading car manufacturer Hyundai Motor Chung Mong-Koo...
Hyderabad: Thriving for a good cause to offer healthcare services for the economically backward class, the leading car manufacturer Hyundai Motor Chung Mong-Koo Foundation on Tuesday renewed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Yonsei University health systems of Korea and Sri Ramachandra University in Chennai to provide academic cooperation and health care services for patients in their respective countries, it also focuses on providing quality education for aspiring doctors.
The first MoU was signed in 2012. Since its first collaboration in 2012, a total of 347 patients have received medical support and through this association it now aims to provide medical cover for over 300 people. In the past, faculty members from Sri Ramachandra University received short-term training in Korea and as part of this programme medical seminars were held for the faculty members. The renewal of MoU has been extended to 2017 and the two universities are aiming to support over 100 patients per year.
Commenting on the occassion, BS Seo, CEO, Hyundai Motor India Limited said, “Hyundai’s constant endeavour is to improve the lives of people and create a better environment for them. We are proud to continue the collaboration with Yonsei University and Sri Ramachandra University. This academic exchange between the two universities will provide quality education for local doctors and healthcare services for underprivileged people.’’