Uber-Oxxy tie up: Free cab rides to all hospitals in Delhi from April 1

To ensure equitable access to health services to all Delhiites, Oxxy, a healthcare network, has tied up with radio taxi aggregator Uber to provide free pick-and-drop facility to all the hospitals, diagnostic and pathological laboratories in the capital.

FP Staff March 29, 2015 10:36:03 IST
Uber-Oxxy tie up: Free cab rides to all hospitals in Delhi from April 1

To ensure equitable access to health services to all Delhiites, Oxxy, a healthcare network, has tied up with radio taxi aggregator Uber to provide free pick-and-drop facility to all the hospitals, diagnostic and pathological laboratories in the capital.

UberOxxy tie up Free cab rides to all hospitals in Delhi from April 1

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Introduced by OXXY, claiming to be India's largest healthcare network and radio cab company, Uber, the service includes free rides to and from all hospitals, diagnostics and path labs in Delhi.

People can avail free rides from April 1 by either logging on to oxxy.in or calling on 9999000102 24X7. People travelling to any medical center - hospitals, diagnostic or pathological laboratories - will get free rides from Uber.

"Adding the facility for free pick-ups and drops to medical centres is a step forward to make healthcare accessible for all. We are planning to expand it in other cities as well," Pankaj Gupta, founder OXXY, said.

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