Oxxy, one of India’s leading healthcare networks, is planning to set up the country’s largest hospital chain and make its mark across country’s metropolitan cities.
Oxxy describing about its venture ByGod Hospitals in an statement said that the ByGod Hospitals has aggregated over 20 hospitals in the National Capital Region and is now planning to expand in Mumbai and Bengaluru.
Describing about the company’s vision and its future plans, Pankaj Gupta, Founder, Oxxy, said, “The vision is to become India’s largest hospital chain by end of this year.”
Stressing further on the standards of ByGod Hospitals, Co-founder Sheetal Kapoor said,” A patient will always find certain standardisation at ByGod Hospitals such as a personal guide, clean toilets, and bedsheets, transparency of rates and free parking. ByGod Hospitals are different as they give patients accessibility to search across different medical streams and look for doctors with the right qualification and experience.”
“Patients can make an appointment online and can access records from anywhere in the country. To make the journey of the patients interesting, they would get free wi-fi connection for the entire duration at the hospital,” she said.
Commenting on the company’s mission, she added, “Our mission is to build the largest transparent hospital chain which is affordable for patients of every status. We aim in providing an accessible and convenient process flow for all the patients to book appointments and financially plan their tests/ treatment or surgery in advance.”