Tejnaksh Healthcare to manage Tarachand Bapa Hospital in Mumbai

Tejnaksh Healthcare has taken over Tarachand Bapa Hospital in Sion, Mumbai. The acquired hospital is a 65 bedded multispecialty hospital with more than four decades of presence at prime location in Mumbai.

Tarachand Bapa hospital is a multi-speciality hospital with practice areas like physicians, dentists, gynaecologists, E.N.T. specialists, Orthopaedics, Ophthalmologists, Physiotherapists, Oncologists, and Haematologists with facilities like X-ray, Pathology unit, and three ultra-modern Operation theatres. The hospital has 120 honorary doctors of various specialities and equal numbers of paramedical staff helping us in our endeavour to serve the community.

Tejnaksh is taking its bed count from current 140 to 300 in the next two years. The company has added 65 beds today to its current bed count of 140 which takes its bed count to 200 and will add another 100 beds in the next two years. These acquisitions would help the company to take its revenues to Rs. 32 crore in FY20.

The company has recently increased its stake in Navi Mumbai based hospital Tejvedaant to 75%, Tejnaksh has installed a Laser and has also started full-fledged ICU facility at their Navi Mumbai centre.

Commenting on this occasion, Dr Ashish Rawandale- Patil – Director Tejnaksh Healthcare said, “With this we have 100 beds spread across two hospitals in Mumbai, one in Sion and another one in Navi Mumbai and another 110 beds in Dhule, we are very positive on adding more beds in Mumbai, as there is tremendous scope in  growing our network of hospitals in the city.”


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