Friday, October 25, 2013

Premia Group has made its foray into the healthcare sector with the aim of offering super specialty services to the masses

A brainchild of visionary entrepreneur real estate guru, Mr. Tarun Shienh, Premia has tied up with Fortis Escorts Healthcare for operating its first pilot hospital project via acquisition of leading running hospital in Palwal, Haryana.

The group plans to scale up its operation by having a similar network of hospitals in tier-2 and tier 3 cities soon. Spread over 5 acres of lush green surroundings, Premia Health Care, Palwal is a 115 Bedded State- of- the- Art Hospital. It is one of the centers’ having highly equipped medical facilities within a radius of 60 kilometers. Another USP of the hospital is that it would have a team of highly qualified super specialist doctors, para-medical staff who would provide comprehensive healthcare services to roughly one million people of the NCR region.

Announcing the launch Mr. Tarun Shienh, Chairman and Managing Director, Premia Group said “With Premia Healthcare, we wish to take the ever- evolving Indian Healthcare Sector to the next level by giving the Indian masses access to world`s finest high quality integrated healthcare services. This endeavor is aimed at bringing the best quality healthcare services to the doorstep of those who need it the most and at a price that is quite within the reach of a common man. Indian healthcare services have long shown a maturity that is expected considering the tremendous growth trajectory India has embarked upon and this effort from Premia is just the next logical step in the continuing trail of developments.”

Mr. Shienh Chairman, Premia Healthcare added that “The reason we chose a city like Palwal for our healthcare foray over other metropolitan cities is because it suits our aggressive growth philosophy of serving ‘Servaya Janaya , Sarva Sukhaya’ i.e. Serving maximum people and for everyone’s benefit. Beside this, I feel it’s my social obligation to make quality healthcare services accessible to regions where there is a dire scarcity of quality healthcare”

The group, which also believes in sustainable growth through optimum resource utilization, is set to expand its footprints in other major cities of India where there is a dire need of high- quality and State of art healthcare facilities.

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