India welcomes British healthcare centre LycaHealth
LycaHealth, part of the UK-based Lyca Group of companies is going to up a healthcare centre, which is said to include diagnostics, imaging, outpatient facilities and day-care in Chennai.
To set up LycaHealth is making an investment of 15 million Pound, which comes to the total of 125 crores INR.
It is going to be known as Westminster Healthcare is going to launch in the beginning of 2017.
Dr Manpreet Gulati, CEO and Co-founder of LycaHealth said, "Westminster Healthcare aspires to be a major leader in outpatient healthcare and diagnostics in India with further investment expected to reach Pound 75 million over the next five years, in line with the LycaHealth vision in the UK. A very important reason to create LycaHealth is to generate wealth (and not just money) so that we can in tandem, fund social enterprise initiatives in the areas of need including in India, Sri Lanka and Africa to provide low cost, ethical and good quality healthcare in these regions in our own small way."
The parent team at LycaHealth that manages multiple high-end and similar centres in London, UK, believes there is a gap in the private healthcare market for the discerning client who would like to receive a high-end trustworthy service.
Theresa may, British Prime Minister, who visited India, announced the establishment of Westminster Healthcare project during her visit and said, "The UK and India are natural partners - the world’s oldest democracy and the world’s largest democracy - and together I believe we can achieve great things - delivering jobs and skills, developing new technologies and improving our cities, tackling terrorism and climate change. This is a partnership about our shared security and shared prosperity. It is a partnership of potential."