In its bid to emerge as a dominant player in clinical healthcare in the country, Gleneagles Global Hospitals will invest Rs 200 crore for expansion.
The hospital’s chairman K Ravindranath said, the investment is part of the strategy it has chalked out to become double its present size in the next five-seven years. It will focus on quality medicare, strengthen patient care and do frontier research,
“The partnership with Gleneagles will help to offer global services as they are the second-largest healthcare group in the world,” Ravindranath said.
Gleneagles Global Hospitals, a part of Parkway Pantai, a fully-owned subsidiary of Malaysia-based IHH Healthcare Berhad, now has 1,400 operational beds in its nine hospitals in Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Chennai.
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