Fortis Healthcare Plans Major Service Expansion in Field of Diabetes

by Kathy Jones on December 28, 2010 at 9:12 PM
 Fortis Healthcare Plans Major Service Expansion in Field of Diabetes

Fortis Healthcare revealed that it will be opening up a number of Speciality Medical Centres across the country as part of its efforts to provide quality healthcare services especially in the field of diabetes, metabolic diseases and endocrinology.

Fortis Healthcare CEO Bhavdeep Singh revealed that the venture, which comes under a special purpose vehicle, Fortis C-DOC Healthcare Private Limited, has been launched in partnership with one of the world's leading diabetes expert, Professor Anoop Mishra who has also been appointed as the executive chairman of the company.


The centers are expected to provide specialty services for diabetes, obesity, women's hormonal disorders and brain related endocrine disorders.

"This is one of the many innovative offerings from Fortis; all of which are aimed to improve medical access and bring about patient-centric approach in healthcare", Singh added.

Source: Medindia
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