Nayati Healthcare, one of the leading medical care providers in Uttar Pradesh, has successfully expanded the access of medical care to the tier II & Tier III towns of the state. Counted among the most densely-populated states in the country, Uttar Pradesh is said to have a major demand and supply gap when it comes to accessing healthcare facilities. The conditions remain the same at places of religious interest, witnessing a huge number of pilgrims every day.
Considering the need of healthcare facilities, Nayati Healthcare set up Sri Kashi Vishwanath Arogya Mandir, for providing immediate medical care to the locals and pilgrims alike, free of cost. It is set up within the temple premises, under the aegis of Sri Kashi Vishwanath Temple Trust.
With a huge number of visitors every month, a medical unit equipped to handle emergency situations and provide essential healthcare services was imperative. Over 350 patients were offered medical care on the very first day of its operation.
Explaining about her initiative, Niira Radia, Chairperson and Promoter of Nayati Healthcare, said, “Nayati has always been in the forefront in rendering medical support for pilgrims whether it is Badrinath, Kedarnath or the Mahakumbh at Allahabad. People from various social, economic, and demographic backgrounds traveling for pilgrimages often struggle because of the dearth of immediate medical facilities.”
“Ever since Nayati began its journey from Badrinath in 2012, our teams have been working relentlessly to impart healthcare services to the masses through our hospitals and medical mobile units. Our learnings with the pilgrims fuels our commitment to taking quality healthcare closer to the masses who need it the most by creating strategic hubs of treatment and facilities across the country,” she added.