Medical Sector in India is Touching New Heights

The residents of semi-urban and rural areas in North India have received a renewed sense of hope when it comes to quality medical care that is accessible and affordable.

Mathura-based Nayati Healthcare is taking the country’s medical sector to new heights as it continues bringing tertiary and quaternary medical treatments to more locations by expanding its horizons.

The brainchild of Niira Radia, Nayati Healthcare started its journey in 2012 as a mobile medical unit service in Badrinath Dham, Uttarakhand, which later culminated into the establishment of two fully-fledged medical centres in Mathura and Agra, named Nayati Medicity and Nayati Hospital respectively.

However, Nayati’s beneficiaries are no longer limited to Badrinath pilgrims and the people living in the Braj region. Niira Radia’s medical care venture is conquering new frontiers in healthcare through strategic acquisitions and collaborations.
Cementing its position as one of the leading medical care providers in North India, Nayati Healthcare acquired a majority stake of 51 per cent in PrimaMed Hospital Gurugram, and PrimaMed VIMHANS Delhi. Soon to be opened in Gurugram, the hospital has a 600-bed facility, with state-of-the-art infrastructure and the expertise of skilful medical professionals.

In addition to this, PrimaMed VIMHANS has also been rebranded as VIMHANS Nayati Super Specialty Hospital, and is serving the residents of East Delhi, one of the most populous districts of the National Capital.
Talking about the competition that might be faced in Gurugram and Delhi, Nayati Healthcare Chairperson Niira Radia said, “There exists a huge gap in the number of patients and the number of beds required. At Nayati, we aim to make quality medical services accessible to all, and hence there would be no competition.”

Apart from its acquisition of PrimaMed, Nayati Healthcare also announced a collaborative agreement with Sunder Lal Jain Trust.

The agreement granted Nayati the rights to manage and operate Sunder Lal Jain Hospital in New Delhi, marking the second expansion by the Group in Delhi NCR.

“Sunder Lal Jain Trust has a legacy of service. It has been providing medical care to its patients for over three decades. We are connected with the common motto of providing the best healthcare services to every social and economic strata.

The collaboration with Sunder Lal Charity is a well-calibrated move, given its proximity to neighbouring towns of Haryana, and the catchment area,” Niira Radia said, talking about the agreement.

Nayati Healthcare’s expansion plans continued with the establishment of Shri Kashi Vishwanath Aarogya Mandir in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. The medical unit provides free of cost primary healthcare services to the pilgrims and local residents alike, and was inaugurated by Hon’ble CM Yogi Adityanath.

In a bid to offer superlative medical treatments backed by experienced medical and technical professionals, Niira Radia’s Nayati Healthcare is working towards registering its footprints in more Tier 2 and Tier 3 locations across the country, such as Lucknow, Nagpur, Amritsar, etc.

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Get all the updates direct to Inbox.
No Span Ever. We Promise.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest

8 Effective Hacks That Can Make Your Day Super Productive

In spite of being busy, do you feel unproductive?Would you like to systemize every aspect of your life, because most of us believe that...

Top 8 Things You Need to Know About Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser skin resurfacing is the tried and tested method of removing the age spots, reducing wrinkles, acne marks, and some other kinds of skin...

Root Canals: The Top 5 Things You Should Know

If your tooth is badly hurt, there's a higher chance you'll need a root canal to get through it. But don't worry — the...

5 Recovery Tips After Breast Implants

Are you excited about getting breast implants and having the fuller breasts you’ve always wanted?  Chances are you’re focused on the beautiful breasts you...

More Like This