source: Livemint / 01-Nov-2016
Max’s investment is part of a larger plan to develop its hospital in Saket into a master complex of verticals such as cancer, cardiac sciences and neurosciences
Max Healthcare Ltd will invest as much Rs320 crore to build a cancer hospital in Delhi.
The investment, part of a larger plan to develop its hospital in Saket, New Delhi, into a master complex of verticals such as cancer, cardiac sciences, neurosciences, transplants and diabetes, will go into setting up a cancer care centre with around 350-400 beds initially, Rohit Kapoor, senior director and chief growth officer of Max Healthcare, said in an interview.
Excluding land costs, setting up a bed at an oncology centre in Delhi-NCR costs about Rs80 lakh.
“We will be developing a dedicated facility for cancer care in Saket. Hopefully with that and the other hubs that we have, we want to…
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