Thiruvananthapuram: The Aster DM Healthcare one of the largest private healthcare service providers in GCC and India, has announced the launch of its latest integrated advanced healthcare facility in Kerala Capital.
The hospital will be a 550-bed unit and will enclose a 5.76 lakh sq ft built-up area excluding the provision for 1 lakh sq ft for multi-level car parking space.
The company’s investment will be to the tune of 500 crores+ for the entire project, with the first phase having a capacity of 350 beds is expected to be operational by FY26, a press release said.
This super-speciality facility will house several centres for clinical excellence that will cater to the functions of Cardiac Sciences, Organ Transplant, Neurosciences, Orthopaedics, Oncology, Urology & Nephrology, Gastro Sciences, and Woman & Child wellness.
The hospital will offer OPD, IPD, ICU including high dependency units, NICU, PICU and transplant ICU, day-care support and 24 hours trauma & emergency response services. Robotics and new generation systems would be introduced gradually.
Commenting on the launch, Dr Azad Moopen, Founder Chairman and Managing Director of Aster DM Healthcare, said “This will increase our footprint not only in Kerala but across India with over 4500 beds in the country.”
“We hope that the Aster Capital Hospital will become a destination for the highest quality healthcare in the country attracting medical professionals and patients to the state from abroad providing facilities at par with global standards.”
Farhan Yasin, Regional Director, Aster Hospitals Kerala and Oman said “With 15 hospitals, 11 clinics, 131 pharmacies and 114 labs and PECs, Aster DM Healthcare remains committed to its promise of making quality healthcare affordable and accessible to people in India.
With a large presence across 5 States – Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the Group has been introducing world-class healthcare with state of art infrastructure, advanced clinical procedures and interventional methodologies to local patients in India.