Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital also announced to merge with Dr Agarwals Eye Hospitals, which has a network of 100 hospitals spread across India and Africa
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NEW DELHI :
Dr Agarwals Eye Hospitals, a chain of eyecare facilities will invest over ₹300 crores in Maharashtra to set up 20 eye hospitals across the state and over 100 outreach clinics in the next three years, the healthcare institution said on Friday.
“We have a ₹1,000 crore expansion plan to increase our footprint pan-India to 200 hospitals in the next three years, along with 500 outreach centres," Dr Amar Agarwal, Chairman, Dr. Agarwals Eye Hospitals, said.
Further Maharashtra based Aditya Jyot Eye hospital has also merged with Dr. Agarwals Eye Hospitals, becoming the 100th centre of the eye hospital chain.
“This is a very significant milestone for us as we have literally hit a century with this merger. Aditya Jyot Hospital becoming a part of our chain has taken our total tally of eyecare facilities across India and abroad to 100," he said.
The Group’s presence spans across 11 countries and over 10 states in India. Its facilities are staffed by a team of over 400 ophthalmologists and 4,000 employees. They have treated over 12 million patients so far and offer not only quality eyecare, but also academic and research programs in ophthalmology and related fields. The chain has been on a growth spree across the country, with more than 60 units added to its network in the past five years alone.