Nayati Healthcare & Research Pvt. Ltd. is India’s first Multi Super-Specialty healthcare chain starting operations in Tier-II & Tier-III cities to offer premium tertiary care. Our objective is to bring world class quality healthcare to these cities and neighbouring towns.
COMPLETE INTEGRATED HEALTHCARE
Our endeavor is to offer complete healthcare solutions within the hospital with our team of India’s leading doctors, coupled with the best medical resources in all disciplines and specialized verticals of healthcare. All our Centers of Excellence for diverse key specialties will be self-sufficient in all aspects of diagnosis and treatment, because we know and understand that at times, every second is precious.
WORLD CLASS STATE-OF-THE-ART MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
We take pride in offering world class treatment procedures and patient care services with the use of state-of-the-art medical technology and advanced treatment facilities to provide both cost effective and faster healthcare. We have various Intensive Care units like MICU, CCU, SICU, NICU, PICU which work 24 X 7.
Access to quick treatment is the need to the patient, besides an ailing person requires conserving all the physical and mental strength to cope up and recover from illness. Therefore, the patient should not be burdened with long distance travel schedules to get quality healthcare, which also carries additional financial burden for both patient and families. By opening our chain in Tier-II and Tier-III cities we ensure the patient gets quick and easy access to quality healthcare.
TAKING TREATMENT TO THE PATIENT
We also understand that patients need to visit the hospital frequently for follow up medical care. Travelling long distances frequently can be very painful and is not practical for the patient and his/her family. To ease this everyday problem, we are setting up secondary diagnosis and care centres, as well as mobile vans in the neighbouring towns, to ensure that every patient has access to quality health care.
EXPANDING THE NETWORK
While our first super-specialty hospital project is coming up in the twin cities of Mathura-Vrindavan with facility for 336 beds in the first phase, they will expand to 600 beds in the second phase, making it one of the largest hospitals in the entire state. Our next centre, Amritsar, is slated to open soon, followed by a series of hospitals in Tier-II towns across North India.
VISION & MISSION
Making world class quality healthcare patient centric, safe, affordable and accessible to the masses.
To establish Nayati Healthcare as a brand of trustworthy healthcare institutions with the best environment for professional growth and research.
TAKING TREATMENT TO THE PATIENT
Majority of India, especially Tier-II and Tier-III towns, do not have access to quality healthcare.
Rapidity of Treatment
The problem becomes more acute, when they have to access medical attention immediately, because at times, the patient’s critical condition needs urgent attention and they cannot travel long distances to access quality healthcare.
Chronicity of Treatment
A lot of patients need to access treatment on a regular basis, as in the case of treatment of cancer. It is not possible for them to regularly travel long distances to access treatment on a weekly or a fortnightly basis.
We, at Nayati, understand that accessing the healthcare system is physically, emotionally and financially draining for patients as well as their friends and family. Therefore, we believe that they need to be provided with world class healthcare, close to where they are.
Hub & Spoke Model
We believe that world class healthcare should be accessible to everyone 24X7 without adding undue stress to their existing problems.
To ease their problems, we are creating a 3 level healthcare aperture network for taking cure to the patients beyond the hospital up to 500 kilometers.
Level 1 – The Nayati Multi Super-Specialty Hospital
Level 2 –The Nayati Cancer & Diagnostic Centres spread across the hospital periphery
Level 3 – The Nayati Mobile Medical Units which will be travelling to remote areas within a radius of 500 kilometers from the hospital