Aster DM Healthcare, one of the leading integrated healthcare providers in the GCC and India launched the Aster Narayanadri Hospital in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. This would be the 6th Aster DM Healthcare unit in Andhra Pradesh and 18th in India in line with the vision of Aster extending its healthcare services to tier 2 and 3 cities of India.
- The facility’s inaugural launch was attended by Ministers from the Government of Andhra Pradesh, Aster and Narayanadri hospital management team.
- Aster intends to expand the existing 150-bed hospital to 250 beds, transforming it into a comprehensive tertiary care facility.
- This is a part of the O&M asset light model strategy by Aster DM Healthcare to add up to 500 – 700 beds in India.
Dr Azad Moopen, Founder Chairman and Managing Director, Aster DM Healthcare, commented on the occasion, saying, “Today, is an important day for all of us at Aster. With the launch of Aster Narayanadri Hospital, we are one step closer to our vision of providing quality healthcare to the population in Tier 2 and 3 cities. It is in these areas specialized healthcare at affordable cost is most required. The launch of Aster Narayanadri follows Aster’s asset-light model approach to expand our footprints to the doorsteps of people who most deserve to be served.”
As part of its O&M strategy, Aster plans to expand the existing 150-bed hospital to 250 beds, turning it into a full-service tertiary care centre. In addition to super specialties including neurosciences, multi-organ transplantation, oncology, gastro sciences, cardiac sciences, rheumatology, endocrinology, women, and children, among others, the enhanced hospital will offer emergency and critical care around-the-clock.
The facility was formally inaugurated in the presence of dignitaries including Shri K Narayana Swamy Garu, Deputy Chief Minister and Minister of Excise and Commercial Taxes; Shri Peddireddy Ramachandra Reddy Garu, Hon. Minister of Energy, Forests, Environment, Science & Technology, Mines & Geology; Smt R K Roja Garu, Hon. Minister for Tourism, Culture and Youth Advancement and other leading government dignitaries.