GoalNepal.com is proud to partner with Grande International hospital for Nepal National women's team skipper Jamuna Gurung's knee ACL operation.
GoalNepal.com CEO Bikram Thapa approached Grande International hospital for free treatment to Gurung.
Gurung, who led Nepal to two Silver medal in SAFF Championships and one silver in SAG, was looking for help from concerned authorities but none sporting agencies came forward for the help.
Later Grande International hospital agreed to provide free treatment to Gurung upon the request of GoalNepal.com.
Dr. Pandey and his team successfully operated ACL of Jamuna Gurung this morning.
MD of Grande International hospital, Dr Chakra Raj Pandey deserves a big round of applause for his generosity.
GoalNepal.com CEO Bikram Thapa said, "We are grateful to Grande Hospital MD Dr Chakra Raj Pandey for his generosity. Grande Hospital happily agreed to treat Gurung in world class hospital located at Dhapasi".
"Dr Pandey deserves a round of applause. He is such an amazing person with kind heart", CEO Thapa said, "We will never forget this day. We are thankful to Dr Pandey and Grande International hospital".
Dr Pandey, who earlier said that he would personally fund two Nepal National players this year, seemed happy after the successful knee operation.
"It was a complicated operation. ACL re-construction was done. She can kick the ball after seven or eight months with proper physio and diet".
"Grande Hospital is proud to provide free treatment to Nepal National women's team skipper Jamuna Gurung", added Pandey.
Grande International Hospital had also provided free treatment to volleyball player, Sipora Gurung a month back.
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