Former chief executive officer of Apple John Sculley and wife Diane Sculley, during their visit to India, visited a mohalla clinic in Delhi's Kamla Nagar area, after reading about it in the international media, according to a senior official.
“The former CEO wanted to visit a mohalla clinic after reading about it in the foreign media. The party’s volunteer in the US helped them fix the visit… They asked a couple of questions over the functioning of these health centres,” a senior health official was quoted.
Following the visit, the couple shared their thought on Twitter. Here's what they had to say:
"Visiting an urgent care clinic in Delhi, India. Health should not be about taking drugs to get well but taking care of yourself by - exercise, eat right, have good friends and partners"
"Former CEO of Apple and Pepsi Mr. John Sculley along with Mrs. Sculley called on Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain today, they visited a Mohalla clinic and praised the initiatives taken up by the Arvind Kejriwal Government specially to made health services accessible to all," said Shaleen Mitra, OSD to Delhi Health Minister.
Sculley worked at Pepsi-Cola for thirteen years, first as vice-president and then president. In 1983, he became chief executive officer of Apple. Sculley left Apple in 1993. After leaving Apple, Sculley has been invested and associated with the number of high-tech startups and companies. He is currently the Chairman of the PeopleTicker and SkillsVillage.