Ramesh Hospitals has announced a strategic tie-up with Aster DM Healthcare for funding its expansion plans. The hospital is planning to invest Rs. 250 crore over the next three to four years.
At a press meet here on Monday, Ramesh Babu, Managing Director, said starting with the first cardiac hospital here in 1988, the company now has three hospitals, two in Vijayawada and one at Guntur, with a total bed strength of 560.” He said Aster DM Healthcare, founded by Azad Moopen in 1987, was one of the largest private hospitals in the Gulf countries with a bed strength of over 3,000. “We believe there is a great synergy between the two and the partnership will enable us to take specialised medicare to the tier-two and tier-three towns in Andhra Pradesh and also the rural areas,” he said. There is a need for setting up many super-specialty hospitals in the State after its bifurcation as the NIMS has gone to Telangana.