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Medanta-Moolchand opens cardiac care centre in South Delhi

Medanta has joined hands with Moolchand to launch Medanta-Moolchand Heart Centre, a super-specialty cardiac care institute at Moolchand Medicity, South Delhi. The Centre offers comprehensive cardiac care including emergency cardiac services. The Medanta Heart Institute in Gurugram houses sub-specialties of cardiac surgery, electrophysiology and pacing, clinical and preventive cardiology and interventional cardiology, led by an […]

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Apollo Hospitals starts Post-COVID-19 Recovery Clinics

Apollo Hospitals has launched the Post-COVID Recovery Clinics across its hospital network to address the rising number of patients who have recovered from COVID-19 but are suffering from the mid and long-term persistent effects of the infection.


Aster DM wins awards for CSR efforts in Middle East

Aster DM Healthcare has recently been honoured with two prestigious awards for its corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability efforts as well as for its contributions towards tackling the COVID – 19 pandemic in the Middle East and North Africa by The Dubai Chamber and the Arabia CSR Network.


Healthcare facilities witness 80% fall in demand: Study

Indian hospitals have seen a large impact due to the COVID-19 pandemic, especially among small and medium-sized healthcare providers, said a Nathealth study.


Aster DM acquires 100% stake in Warseps

Aster DM Healthcare Limited, through its wholly owned subsidiary companies, has acquired 100 percent of Warseps Healthcare LLP.


FICCI hails strategic reforms for public health infra

Industry body FICCI, while welcoming the steps towards Atmanirbhar Bharat, stated that public spending on healthcare should be increased to at least 2.5% of GDP, which has been assured in the National Health Policy 2017.


Private healthcare sector may witness short term losses: EY-FICCI study

The private healthcare sector is expected to witness short term operating losses to the tune of Rs 14,000 to Rs 24,000 crore for a quarter due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdown in India.