The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced a brand new partnership with Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals.
As per the arrangement, the hospital has been named the official medical partner of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.
According to the agreement, the hospital will offer participants, officials, and staff extensive medical treatment throughout the competition.
The partnership also demonstrates Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals’ dedication to providing medical care for one of the most prestigious sporting events in the international arena. By assuring the success of the competition while putting the participants’ health and wellbeing first, the cooperation between Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals and the World Cup 2023 hopes to revolutionize cricket.
Thousands of people are expected to attend the sporting event, and Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals will be on standby to provide a dependable source of medical and emergency care should the need arise.
Shivakumar Pattabhiraman, Managing Director, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi, said, “We are happy to be associated with the World Cup 2023 as the official medical partner. Our hospital has a legacy of providing cutting-edge healthcare services, and we are delighted to extend our expertise to support this iconic sporting event. We are confident that our team of experienced and skilled doctors will be able to provide the best possible care to all participants in the tournament. The health and safety of the players are of utmost importance, and we are fully prepared to offer our medical excellence to ensure a successful and injury-free tournament.”
Dr. Yash Gulati, Orthopaedic surgeon, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, said, “Cricket is more than just a sport in India; it’s a passion that unites millions of fans. As the official medical partner of the World Cup 2023, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals is committed to providing top-notch medical care to the athletes. We understand the physical demands of cricket, and our team of experts is ready to deliver the highest standards of healthcare to keep the players in peak condition.”
With 13 matches already being played, fans have witnessed all sorts of play, including lopsided, fiercely contested, and even an upset. Australia, a five-time World Cup champion, will play against Sri Lanka today in an effort to earn their first two points of the season.