Healthcare startup Ayu Health Hospital, which operates more than 70 hospitals with over 4,000 beds across India, has announced a growth strategy for Rajasthan that includes entering the markets of Alwar, Behror, and Ajmer as well as adding 15 new hospitals to its portfolio.
"As part of the expansion, we will soon begin working with healthcare facilities such as Park Hospital, Abhishek Hospital, and Shekhawati Hospital in Jaipur to bring quality healthcare to the masses through standardization of healthcare services provided by neighborhood hospitals," said Yashu Kapoor, Ayu Health Hospitals' head of growth.
In the city, the organization now has about 1500 beds spread across 11 facilities, including NIMS Hospital, Marudhar Hospital, Bhandari Hospital, and Evaa Hospital.
The expansion comes after the business secured Rs 209 crore in series B investment earlier this month, headed by Fundamentum Partnership.
Earlier this year, the firm purchased Jaipur-based SwasthyaSewak to provide residents with multi-disciplinary healthcare services through its unique and trust-building characteristic of price transparency. Yashu Kapoor founded SwasthyaSewak, a hospital network in Jaipur, in 2017.
Karan Gupta, Co-founder and COO of Ayu Health Hospitals, stated, "We are particularly delighted to extend our network in Rajasthan by entering new areas like Alwar, Behror, and Ajmer, to become the largest hospital chain in the state by the end of this year."
Given the region's enormous potential and demand for high-quality healthcare delivery, our development will enable hospitals to serve patients at reduced prices, provide a better experience, and maintain high medical quality standards."