Thursday, 21 November 2019

Tattvan E-Clinics expands footprints into South India

18 September 2019 | News

Plans for strategic business growth and alliances in southern part of the country

image credit- istock.com

image credit- istock.com

Tattvan E-Clinics, telemedicine healthcare organisation is expanding footprints to southern India.

The brand is using technology to provide best quality healthcare services to tier 3 and tier 4 markets and it is strengthening its presence in India by opening a ‘CRC’ (Clinical Response Centre) in Hyderabad which will soon be established in Hyderabad.

The new facility will provide healthcare services including medical devices integrated on a digital platform and an embedded pharmacy for instant medicine dispensing. The new Tattvan E-clinic is in process of hiring over 60 qualified and experienced healthcare professionals to offer 24X7 Primary Health Care services in Hyderabad.

Spearheaded by Ranga Sudhakar, the Chief Strategy Officer & Co-Founder, Tattvan is also establishing E-clinics in the southern region of India.

Along with the recent expansion and hiring, the company is in the final stage of tying up with top-notch hospitals of South India, like KIIMS (Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences), Global Hospitals, Continental Hospitals, Rainbow Children's Heart Institute (The only one in the country), Citizens Specialty Hospitals, American Oncology Institute, CARE Multi Speciality Hospitals, SUNSHINE Multi Speciality Hospitals, AIG Hospitals, etc. to name few.

Speaking about the expansion, Ayush Mishra, CEO & Co- Founder, Tattvan E-Clinics said, “We are excited about our expansion as it will help us tap other places in India and overseas more effectively and fulfil our desire to succeed in our endeavour of becoming a leading E-Clinic company. Our recent expansion brings us a step closer to realising our vision of bringing the best quality healthcare to the masses.”

Speaking about his role, CSO & Co-Founder, Ranga Sudhakar said, “Since South is one of the prime focus for us to provide some of the best healthcare facilities, our foray in these markets would push Tattvan a step ahead in achieving its goal of transforming healthcare in remote regions. Through this strategic partnership, I am confident that we are determined in building an environment where healthcare services are available to one and all.”

“Our immediate focus is now into Government domains and work on with the PPP models across the country, and also penetrate more into overseas markets with our Tele Medicine platform”, he added.

Tattvan is also planning to diversify into B2B, B2C and B2B2C markets with its various models and packages in domestic and international markets.

 

Comments

× Your session has been expired. Please click here to Sign-in or Sign-up
   New User? Create Account