HYDERABAD/AGRA: Fortis Healthacre India has decided that it will establish two-new hospitals in Hyderabad and also Agra according to its present expansion programme.
Mr Aditya Vij, Chief Executive Officer of Fortis Healthcare India, said, “These two new projects are in line with our commitment to increasing the network and making quality healthcare accessible across the country.”
The company has not given the details in regard to the planned investment on both the new hospitals. The super-speciality hospital in Hyderabad will be having 150-bed capacity and it will be operational in FY 2013, which is the second project from the company in this city. The hospital in Agra in the initial stage will be a 75-beded cardiac care centre and it will be expanding into a multi-speciality facility and become functional by end of FY 2012.
After both the new facilities go on stream, Fortis will be having net of 68 hospitals in its network across India. Moreover, Fortis Healthcare is mulling to surge its operational bed capacity to 4,500 by end of March, 2012 as compared to 4,000 presently with the opening of new hospitals, said Mr Vij.
Furthermore, Fortis has commissioned its first hospital in 2001 at Mohali and it has also expanded its operations to emerge as a pan-india network with 4,000-operational beds.