Parvathy Hospital signs agreement with Government of Bahamas
City-based Parvathy Hospital Friday said it proposed to sign an agreement with the Government of Bahamas for setting up a health facility in the archipelago in the West Atlantic. The healthcare provider had drawn up plans to expand across the country and overseas to add 500 beds by 2020, Parvathy Hospital Chief Executive Officer Sujay Sambamoorthy said in a release.
"We are signing up with the Government of Bahamas and its operations will roll up by the first week of December 2018. With these thoughts in place, we have drawn up plans to spread our wings across India and other countries to add 500 beds by 2020", he said. The city-based hospital recently inaugurated a new 40 bedded 'Parvathy Jeevan Hospital' at Mahindra World City in Singaperumalkoil near here.
Sambamoorthy said it was the first of their expansion plan. "We have planned to open new hospitals in Alwarpet, Koyambedu, Valasarawakkam and Oragadam," he added.
The hospital at Singaperumalkoil is spread on a 6,000 square ft site and would have Centres of Excellence in an accident and emergency care, critical care, cardiology among others, the release added.
(With inputs from agencies.)