For us at the Prathima Group, healthcare and its delivery mean service first, profits later.
From all accounts, India’s healthcare sector is a sunrise sector. No doubts about that. The WHO says that India’s hospital bed strength should ideally be 2.6 beds for every 1000 people in the population. We have a shortfall, just 0.7 hospital beds, which many healthcare players see as an opportunity. Plus cities with their aspirational India, a health conscious society, situations with several chronic diseases such as diabetes and cardiac problems, new initiatives in the health insurance sector, corporates and their medical benefits programmes, government schemes which are creating high density traffic into hospitals – all of these are also seen as buoyant green signals for the healthcare.

Do we see it this way? Or do we at the Prathima Group have a different corporate goal?

For us at the Prathima Group, healthcare and its delivery mean service first, profits later. A guiding principle this, it has been our beacon in the setting up of various healthcare facilities of different sizes and capabilities. Even with this service focus, our approach is out-of-the box. For our Prathima Institute of Medical Sciences in Karimnagar, Telangana for

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