VPS Healthcare, an integrated healthcare provider based in the United Arab Emirates, has recently acquired majority stakes in several hospitals in India. These include the Manesar, Qutub and Dwarake (NCR) hospitals owned by hospital chain Rockland, and Lakeshore hospital in Kochi. The investment was worth a total of 222 million USD, according to Times of India.
VPS Healthcare’s current assets include 16 high-end hospitals and over 100 primary care medical centres located throughout the Middle East. Its expansion into the Indian healthcare market is reflective of a larger move by Middle Eastern investors to boost their presence in the healthcare sectors of emerging markets, particularly India and Africa.
The group is reportedly also planning to establish a tertiary care institution in Noida, which will encompass over 1,000 beds in total.
According to VPS Healthcare’s Managing Director, VP Shamsheer, “Our presence will strengthen private healthcare in India, which is the major player as of now in India. Our commitment to quality and patient care has made VPS Healthcare the largest internationally accredited healthcare institution in the Middle East.”
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