NEW DELHI, 26 MAY-2014, PTI: Infrastructure conglomerate Jaypee Group on Monday announced its foray into healthcare sector with an investment plan of Rs 2,000 crore over the next 3-4 years to establish a chain of hospitals in North India.
Jaypee Group to invest Rs. 2,000 Cr into healthcare sector
“Jaypee Hospital, the flagship hospital of the Jaypee Group has been planned and designed as a 1200-bedded tertiary care multi-super-specialty facility and, is shortly getting commissioned with 525 beds in the first phase at Noida,” a company statement said.
The group “plans to invest Rs 2,000 crore over the next 3-4 years towards establishing a chain of multi-super-speciality hospitals in NCR & Tier-2 cities of North India,” the statement said.
The group has planned to set up a 500-bedded hospital each in Agra, Sahibabad and Kanpur, and a 250-bedded hospital in Bulandshahar in the next four years.
“The demand for quality healthcare is rapidly increasing in India … Group intends to bridge this gap by taking the initiative of creating 5,000 quality beds …,” Jaypee Healthcare Director Rekha Dixit said.