BANGALORE: Bangalore-based Yashoda Medicare and Research Centre has launched a Rs 100-crore, 240-bed facility in the city and plans to to open another 18 hospitals pan India in the next 3 years.
The new facility is a super specialty centre with doctors selected from across India and abroad. Some of the key departments include cardiac science, neuro science, orthopaedics, nephrology/urology, gastroenterology, obstetrics gynaecology and paediatrics. It also has a well-equipped accident/trauma cases with a 40 bed ICU.
Dr Nikitin Artur Vladimirovitch, promoter & chairman, Yashoda Medicare said, “We see a lot of potential for healthcare in India and I feel there is still a large requirement for world-class hospitals. Currently in India, bed to people ratio is 1: 1000, which clearly indicates the scope of potential of healthcare in India.”
Elaborating on the expansion plans, Dr Amit Kumar Keshri, promoter & managing director, Yashoda Medicare stated that in the next 10 months it would set up its facility at Ranchi by mid next year.