Nightingales home healthcare opens first centre in Mumbai

Nightingales home healthcare opens first centre in Mumbai
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Nightingales Home Health Services today announced its entry into Mumbai. After establishing a presence in the Bengaluru and Hyderabad markets, Nightingales has established its first branch at Nariman Point in South Mumbai. A multi-disciplinary and experienced team will provide comprehensive healthcare services at home including visits by doctors, nurses and therapists.

Nightingales has been present in Bengaluru for over two decades and was acquired by Medwell Ventures in 2014. Medwell Ventures is promoted by former CEO of Fortis Hospital, Vishal Bali.

Vishal Bali, co-founder & chairman, Medwell Ventures said, “Our model of home healthcare through Nightingales aims to reduce recurrent hospitalisation of patients with chronic diseases by devising personalised care plans for their management at home. Non communicable diseases and neurohealth issues will cost India $4.58 trillion by 2030 and will cause huge health affordability issues. “.

Nightingales currently provides deep coverage through its network of five branches in Bangalore and four in Hyderabad. Some of its branches also provide on-site physiotherapy services in conjunction with home physiotherapy to provide patients with continuous care.

 

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