HealYos and Emoha join hands to provide home healthcare facilities in western India

HealYos and Emoha MOU
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Pune, 4th January 2021: The Corona pandemic has jolted the healthcare system. Healthcare should be accessible to everyone and home healthcare bridges that gap. In its bid to provide robust home-based healthcare services in western India, HealYos Home Healthcare and Emoha Elder Care Services have joined hands.

Emoha is a tech-based start-up catering to all the needs of elderlies in India while HealYos has its own team of doctors and other healthcare professionals who provide home-based healthcare services.

While Emoha is based out of northern India, with this partnership, they can make a difference in the western regions with the help of HealYos, which is based in Maharashtra.

HealYos has a team of doctors from different specialties and provides home healthcare. With this tie-up, online consultation of all these doctors will be made available for all Emoha members along with other HealYos services like physiotherapy, nursing, wound dressing and regular medical check ups.

Rupal Sancheti, Director of HealYos, said, “There are many who cannot look after their parents because they don’t stay in India or stay in a different city away from their parents. It is in this space that HealYos along with Emoha will be creating an impact by providing excellent at-home health care services for elderlies by combining the expertise that both the companies have. We want to achieve excellence by providing hassle-free services.”

Emoha provides holistic elder care services by giving seniors access to a range of benefits such as emergency support, providing at home care facilities, and ensuring they live safer, healthier, more convenient and more active lives.

Saumyajit Roy, CEO and co-founder of Emoha, said, “I am happy that we can now expand in western India too with the help of HealYos. This tie-up is crucial as it will help us utilise the best of both the companies, to achieve best quality healthcare services for seniors.”