Another mobile firm forays into healthcare

Intex forays into medical tourism with its new healthcare company, Intex Care


The healthcare division of the organisation is looking at cater to patients globally

Intex Technologies has now entered into medical tourism with its latest venture Intex Care. The company aims to seamlessly integrate its services through its world renowned network of hospitals in India and all across the globe.

The healthcare division of the organisation is looking at cater to patients globally in need of an affordable world class medical treatment. Through its current network of partner hospitals in five cities at Delhi (NCR), Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru and Kolkata, Intex Care will look to facilitate a wide array of services such as Plastic/Cosmetic Surgery, Orthopaedics Surgery, Dental Surgery, Heart/Cardiac Surgery, Eye/Ophthalmologic procedures, General Surgery, Neuro Surgery, Cancer treatment, Liver, Kidney and Bone Marrow Transplant and many more.

"One of the critical pain points in the medical treatment is the provision of world class healthcare services at an affordable cost. This has been a major point of contention for several years now and we are in a position to contribute towards this change. Therefore, with Intex Care it is our endeavour to create the strongest bonds ensuring wellness and healthy life cutting across the age groups of people in India and the world. With this, we are committed to facilitating globally acknowledged medical care at the most affordable prices with a network of our partner multi-super specialty hospitals," said Mr Pankaj Goel, director, Intex Care.

At the moment, Intex Care is present in the leading metro cities of the country and will look to extend their medical and healthcare services to other parts of the world and the much needed tier 2 and 3 as well as rural segments of India.


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