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Mathura: Public relations veteran Niira Radia has ventured into healthcare business through a new entity Nayati Healthcare, whose first hospital was inaugurated on Sunday by Tata Sons Ltd chairman emeritus Ratan Tata.

Nayati Healthcare plans to open a hospital in Amritsar next while the Mathura facility would be a hub for cancer treatment in the region, Radia said.

After inaugurating the 351-bed multi super specialty hospital, Tata said, “It is heartening to see a full-fledged specialty hospital being established in Mathura with considerable personal sacrifice, driven by passion and a genuine desire to serve the community."

The hospital would provide “much needed medical help and healthcare facilities for the people of the region", Tata said.

Radia said the hospital is poised to serve not only the population of western Uttar Pradesh but will be the centre of excellence for the whole of north India. The hospital would aim to reduce the physical, emotional and economic burden of illness that blights the life of ordinary people in tier II and tier III towns by taking treatment to patients, she added.

Nayati Healthcare and Research Pvt. Ltd, a multi super specialty healthcare chain, has decided to start operations in tier II and tier III cities.

When asked about her past experiences, Radia said she had no regrets. “I was never a corporate communications person, never a corporate lobbyist as they keep on calling me... Success has a price but I don’t have any regrets," she said. “Do I regret (that I was) in the corporate space? I think it was a huge learning," she said.

About her foray into the healthcare space, Radia said, “I have found my calling". Talking about her business model, Radia said it would have to be “economies of scale... It is all about people".

“We have to be sensitive to affordability," she said, adding that the entity has not slashed the prices but is only being sensible when it comes to pricing. On financial aspect of the venture, she said they are very cautious as there is support of bank loans. However, specific details were not disclosed. PTI

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