Our country suffers from an extremely skewed distribution of healthcare facilities. People often have to travel long distances in order to access quality medical treatments for their near and dear ones.
Breaking through this scenario is Nayati Healthcare with medical units specifically aimed at making super specialty medical care accessible to the masses. The initiative, started in 2012, aims at reversing the existing scenario, by bringing healthcare facilities to the patients, instead of patients having to travel miles to access medical care.
According to Chairperson of Nayati Healthcare, the group believes that effective treatment must eliminate this traumatic experience and should not be restricted only to the big cities. Nayati’s vision is to remove these boundaries of exclusivity in healthcare and move to where the real India lives. Being India’s first healthcare organization bringing tertiary and quaternary level healthcare to people living in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities, we believe that quality healthcare is a basic right to everyone.
With fully functional medical units set up in Mathura, Agra, New Delhi and Varanasi, Nayati Healthcare Chairperson has also envisioned expansion to more locations in North and Central India, such as Amritsar and Nagpur. Nayati Healthcare also entered into an agreement with Sunder Lal Jain Trust to manage and operate Sunder Lal Jain Hospital in Ashok Vihar, New Delhi.
“We are aiming at bringing quality healthcare closer to the masses through the creation of strategic hubs for treatment and facilities across the region, thereby contributing actively to the transformation of the healthcare scenario of the country. It is only after duly considering the gap and the coverage area, that we have chosen all our locations” , mentions Niira Radia during an interview.
With such great initiatives by the healthcare provider in place, the medical care sector in India’s rural and semi-urban areas is making positive strides towards advancement.