Hyderabad: Apollo Hospitals announced that it has acquired a hospital asset in Gurugram (Haryana), situated on hospital zoned land, with a potential of 650 beds over seven lakh square feet, from Nayati Healthcare and Research NCR Private Limited for a consideration of around Rs 450 cr. The asset was originally sold by DLF Qutub Enclave Complex Medical Charitable Trust in 2011 to the seller.
The acquisition marks the entry of the group in the state of Haryana. The upcoming integrated healthcare complex at Gurugram would be commissioned in a span of 24 months. It would endeavour to extend advanced clinical solutions and services to the citizens of the state and the country through its experienced faculty and international collaborations and will strongly position the city as an international healthcare destination.
Commenting on the development, Dr Prathap C Reddy, chairman, Apollo Hospitals Group said, “We are committed to bringing our proven focus on outstanding clinical outcomes, along with the best of the Apollo Hospitals ecosystem – including preventive health, pharmacies, day surgery centres, birthing centres, primary care facilities and diagnostics, home care, geriatric care, rehabilitation, assisted living etc., all tied together by India’s largest digital healthcare platform, Apollo 24/7 – to foster the seamless delivery of holistic healthcare in the state, and to position the state as the forerunner in medical value travel.”