Pankaj Gupta, Founder OXXY 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.
Currently there is no such type of business model is implemented or experimented in Indian Health Care Sector and its success will purely depend on the affordability of quality treatment and services directly in comparison with the global standards, he added.
Oxxy has said that ‘ByGod Hospitals’ has accumulated in excess of 20 medical clinics in the national capital district. It further designs to venture into Mumbai and Bengaluru.
Oxxy, a healthcare network chain, is hoping to setup India’s biggest medical clinic chain. It additionally looking to extend its quality in key urban area of the country.
Pankaj Gupta, Founder of Oxxy, stated, “The vision is to turned into India’s biggest medical clinic chain by end of this current year. Clinics connected by the system have 50-500 beds with multi-claim to fame and scope of qualified specialists.”
Sheetal Kapoor, Co-Founder, Oxxy, expressed, “A patient will dependably discover certain institutionalization at ByGod Hospitals, for example, an individual guide, clean toilets, and bed sheets, straightforwardness of rates and free stopping. ByGod Hospitals are distinctive as they give patients openness to seek crosswise over various restorative streams and search for specialists with the correct capability and experience.”
“Our main goal is to fabricate the biggest straightforward emergency clinic chain which is moderate for patients of each status. We point in giving an available and helpful procedure stream for every one of the patients to book arrangements and monetarily plan their tests/treatment or medical procedure ahead of time,” she included.
On other hand Apollo Hospitals is currently having biggest Hospital Chains in India. Apollo presence encompasses over 10,000 beds across 70 hospitals, 2556 pharmacies, over 172 primary care & diagnostic clinics, 148 telemedicine units across 13 countries, health insurance services, global projects consultancy, 15 academic institutions and a Research Foundation with a focus on global clinical trials, epidemiological studies, stem-cell and genetic research.
OXXY healthcare has already provided treatment and healthcare facilities to more than 12 million people so far under Swastha Bharat (Healthy India) through its various earlier social initiatives of free checkups in 100 cities of India. Its initiative is for free screenings of eyes catering more than 200 cities of India.
The company has partnered with various other companies such as Uber, Zo Rooms etc. It has also opened more than 60,000 Information Centers in about 500 Cities of India educating people about need of medical facilities and healthcare.