Docterz at School enters the franchise model, marking its presence Pan India
Docterz At School, a brand under the parent platform ‘Docterz’ created by a group of pediatricians, has taken the Franchise route to associate with schools and various institutions across Pan India. Comprehending the fact that the child spends most of his time in schools, the brand recognizes the importance of providing first-rate healthcare within their premises. This further aids in amplifying the well-being of the children while they are away from home.
There are various services offered under the franchise model of 'Docterz At School'. The brand is setting up a medico-legal compliant infrastructure i.e. fully equipped medical room within the school premises, deployments of trained paramedical staff, creating of detailed SOPs, escalation matrix, emergency management guidelines and managing the set-up on a day to day basis. Apart from that, they are also conducting a health screening program focussing on the physical, mental and psychological health of school children.
Docterz at School is already in association with a couple of educational organisations from across various cities, namely Siliguri, Patna, Aurangabad, Jalna, Osmanabad, Vapi, Palanpur. This initiative is soon going to extend its wings and reach out to more cities like Jhunjhuni/Sikhar, Indore, Bhopal, Nanded / Parbhani and Guwahati by the end of this year.
The objective behind this franchise is to reach 1.2 billion children/students via school at Pan India level so that all children can avail the correct health safety measures. This step has been undertaken with an aim to pursue a social cause and create awareness about how the healthcare and safety of a child does not end at home.
Dr. Atish Laddad, Founder & Director, Docterz, said, “The primary agenda to come up with Docterz At School was to set a holistic healthcare unit for the students. After associating with approximately 30 schools in Mumbai, we thought of expanding our reach and target maximum schools/institutions across our country. With a goal to assist as many children as possible, ensuring utmost priority is extended towards health during their school hours.”