GODOF to launch hospital chain in India
Our Bureau, Mumbai
Thursday, August 20, 2015, 14:05 Hrs
GODOF, with over 1 lakh medical centres already tied up under its belt, is all set to launch its hospital chain in India. GODOF, valued over USD 2 billion, is all set to launch hospitals in the metros and a few other cities under its belt in next few months. These hospitals will be from 50 bedded to 500 bedded capacity.
Pankaj Gupta, founder, GODOF said “The main objective of these hospitals is to bring affordability into healthcare without any extra undisclosed cost. We are aiming to bring a transparent, never before world class chain of hospitals which shall soon mark its impressions on the world map”.
No other model currently exists in India and its success will purely depend on the affordability of quality treatment and services directly in comparison with the global standards.
People in India are still not comfortable with the costs of the available offered healthcare treatments in India and thus GODOF steps forward to provide a solution for all their concerns when it’s healthcare. GODOF aims to bring 50 hospitals under its belt by the end of 2015, the work on which has already started. These hospitals are in different areas of the country and shall be soon available for everyone as first affordable quality hospital chain of the country.
GODOF has already screened more than 12 million people so far under Swastha Bharat through its various earlier initiatives of free checkups in 100 cities of India. GODOF's latest initiative is for free screening of eyes catering more than 200 cities of India. GODOF has already taken it to a world record.
In India GODOF has partnered with various companies such as Uber, Zo Rooms etc. GODOF has also opened more than 60,000 information centres in about 500 cities of India educating people about need of healthcare and affordable way through GODOF for all their health needs.