Leading India-based entrepreneur Sanjay Dalmia forayed into the healthcare sector with the launch of Dalmia Medicare a few years back.
“The Indian healthcare industry is growing at an exponential rate but there is still healthcare deficit in the country… With Dalmia Medicare, I wish to create a platform that brings good health to every home. Starting with NCR, we will have our presence across India in the next two years,” said Mr Dalmia at a press conference after the launch.
Dalmia Health is a robust endeavour by Dalmia Group to widen the horizons of the country’s healthcare segment. Housed under Dalmia Biz Pvt Ltd, Dalmia Medicare has more than 30 diagnostics centres in Delhi/NCR at present. As a part of its expansion plan, it looks forward to set up more than 300 diagnostics centres in the upcoming years.
Dalmia Health and its subsidiaries encourage the use of Ayurvedic therapies for combating various disorders and ailments. “The fundamental concept of Ayurveda, alternative medicine, is to maintain health. It does not look at the disease, but focuses on the individual’s vulnerability. Ayurvedic treatments and medicines are proved to be highly effective in treating short-term as well as a chronic disease. And the best part is that they are completely risk-free and are available for every disease,” says Mr Dalmia.
Sanjay Dalmia led Dalmia Health values the wellbeing of patients and the nation as a whole, above everything. Its ayurvedic medicines mainly include powders, tablets, decoctions, medicated oils, etc, prepared from natural herbs, plants, and minerals.
As per the health experts at Dalmia Healthcare Limited, “Ayurvedic practices promote the use of herbal medicines, mineral or metal supplementation (rasa shastra), surgical techniques, opium, and application of oil by massages. Practices derived from Ayurvedic traditions are a type of alternative medicine. They help in ensuring healthy functioning of every organ of body. This science also provides basic guidelines related to diet, routines, environment and other such basic elements that have a major impact on our health.”
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