The Cygnus Group of hospitals targets to open 50 Healthcare centres by the month of March 2018, which comprises of 10 hospitals at present, it aims to change the healthcare landscape of the country.
Cygnus aims to take healthcare in India where it is never ventured before, the smaller towns. The approach of Cygnus Hospitals is unique, its business revolving around taking up underutilised units in Tier II and Tier III cities.
“Cygnus is now expanding rapidly and we are setting milestones one after another. By March 2016, we will have 15 medical facilities and by March 2018, we will grow to a total number of 50 hospitals. We are all set to carve out a unique niche in healthcare scenario of the country,”Dr Dinesh Batra, Director of Cygnus Group of Hospitals said.
“Our emphasis is on small towns in order to ensure secondary and tertiary care in the remotest of areas around India where people die on way to big city after heart attack, accident or any other medical emergency. We want to protect lives of rural Indians,” he further added.
Cygnus hospitals are currently running in cities like Delhi, Bahadurgarh, Sonepat, Panipat, Karnal, Kurukshetra , Tohana, Bhatinda and newer ones coming up in small cities of Punjab and Rajasthan.