The innate desire to feel part of a community is universal. We all want to be part of a community that supports and nurtures us to become better human being. But there might have been instances where some of us must have felt left out.
In fact, India is growing more diverse every day. Specifically, the multi-racial population is projected to show the fastest growth over the next several decades.
Diversity however is not always racial. It’s multi-dimensional, encompassing not just race and ethnicity but gender, sexual orientation, religion and more. This makes it even more pertinent for understanding individual differences as it can be critical to delivering care that best meets their needs.
At JNU Hospital, we want to make sure everyone feels seen and included – from the frontlines to the boardroom. And we’re working hard to ensure that our patients feel valued and recognized as the unique individuals they are.
Creating a safe, culturally competent, diverse, inclusive and caring environment is at the very foundation of everything we do. As a leading healthcare system, we know how many individual lives we impact on a daily basis, and we take our responsibility seriously to uphold these values and standards.