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The corporate at present has 112 dialysis centres. Solely two of them are standalone centres, whereas the remaining are in hospitals.
“We now have a community of 112 dialysis centres throughout India as of now. We’re planning to increase additional and open 25 extra centres by 2020-end,” DCDC Kidney Care founder and CEO Aseem Garg informed PTI.
The principle focus of the corporate thus far has been to companion with varied state governments and comply with the public-private partnership (PPP) mannequin, he added.
“We now have a bigger presence in authorities hospitals by the PPP mannequin in varied states and have restricted presence in personal area as of now,” Garg mentioned.
The corporate has its centres in Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Gujarat.
Requested in regards to the funding required for the growth, Garg mentioned: “We’re planning to make funding of round Rs 30 crore.”
The corporate is funded by the Asian Improvement Financial institution (ADB) and has adequate funds for growth. In case want arises, additional funds might be raised, he added.
The agency employs over 1,000 folks. After the growth, the quantity will rise to round 1,500, Garg mentioned.
The brand new centres might be primarily in Delhi-NCR, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana.
The corporate has been actively offering dialysis amenities to COVID-19 sufferers, Garg mentioned. PTI AKT SHW ABM
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