Cloudnine birthing center launches unit in Panchkula


DW BUREAU / PANCHKULA Cloudnine, India's premium birthing centre for maternal, childcare and fertility care, today announced the launch of its second unit in the tricity at Panchkula. The operations of this unit were previously run by Paras Bliss and will now be fully managed by Cloudnine. Cloudnine Panchkula will be the second dedicated boutique women and child care centre in the tricity by the group after it successfully started its operations in 2017 with the Chandigarh unit. The unit was inaugurated by Dr Pawan Kumar, Regional Director (North), in the presence of several dignitaries and doctors from the group specializing in the field of gynecology, pediatrics and fertility. As a premium birthing center in India, Cloudnine strongly believes that pregnancy is a wellness and not illness and the birth of a child should be celebrated. Speaking at the inauguration ceremony of Cloudnine Panchkula, says Dr Pawan Kumar, Regional Director (North), "At Cloudnine, we understand that birthing is a celebration and giving birth to a newborn should be an exciting experience. Every mom-to-be wants to have a delightful birthing experience and hence we have made an attempt to listen to our customers and match their requirements at all stages of the birthing journey and created an ideal set of services to meet their needs and exceed their expectations under one roof. We like to nurture our customers through this incredible moment as they enter into parenthood". Speaking at the sidelines of opening ceremony of the Panchkula unit, says Raviganesh Venkataraman, CEO, Cloudnine Group of Hospitals "We entered this region with our first unit in Chandigarh in 2017 and we have been so overwhelmed by the response to our concept from our customers - the moms - that it was natural for us to look to densify our presence through the addition of this unit in Panchkula. This new addition to our family, shall further strengthen our initiatives in providing highly specialized maternal, childcare & fertility care to customers from Panchkula and adjoining towns and cities." (


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