NEW DELHI: Max Healthcare’s board of directors has approved plans to expand capacity by adding two 500-bed hospitals in Gurugram, the private healthcare provider announced in an exchange notification on Monday.
This will further expand the presence in the capital region.
Haryana Shahri Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP) is awarding two lots of 6.11 acres and 5.26 acres after successfully bidding on the company at a recent HUDA auction and is located in the heart of Gurugram.
On October 1st, HSVP issued a letter of intent. The hospitals, once operational, will also cater to economically weaker sections of society at bargain prices, she added.
Max Healthcare currently operates a multi-specialty hospital in Sector 43, Gurugram.
“Gurugram has grown into one of the largest high-end medical centers in Northern India. We see tremendous potential in terms of both domestic and international patients traveling to Gurugram for complex disease treatment. The two newly acquired properties are being built incrementally to add 1,000 beds over the next 4-6 years and strengthen our presence in NCR, “said Abhay Soi, Chairman and MD, Max Healthcare.
The development follows the announcement of an expansion to the Saket complex in New Delhi after acquiring exclusive rights to support the development and provide medical services for a 500 bed hospital built on 3.5 acres What will lead to the creation of South Asia’s largest private integrated health system complex, spread over 23 hectares in the heart of South Delhi.
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