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HCAH SuVitas to see Rs 200 to 300 Cr worth investment in capacity expansion

07 October 2021 | News

Plans to add 1500 transition care beds in the next two to three years

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Image Credit: Shutterstock

Hyderabad-based SuVitas, a transition care start-up, was recently acquired by Delhi NCR-based healthcare outside hospital pioneer HCAH backed by the Burmans of Dabur Group and Quadria Capital. HCAH plans to invest around Rs 200-300 crores in HCAH SuVitas to expand its capacity across India (Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune and Ahmedabad) by adding 1500 beds in 30 transition care centres in over next two to three years.

Vivek Srivastava, Co-Founder & CEO – HCAH said, ‘’We are happy to announce that we are committed to increasing transition care bed capacity from 100 beds to 1500 beds. We will further strengthen our presence in all major metro cities.”

Antra Bhargava, CEO, HCAH SuVitas said, “HCAH SuVitas through expansion would be able to help many more patients in need and ease the burden on tertiarycare hospitals.” 

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