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India to witness hospital treatment – in style

The Dubai-based, ABV Group – a chain of luxury hospitals – has set its sights to establish luxury hospitals in India. These hospitals would offer personalized care and transportation in Rolls Royce for its patients – catering to the rich. .

With just 50 suites and no option of shared rooms within a hospital, the promise of a crowd-free environment is quite alluring. Away from the glorified government hospitals norm, there will be no mixing between patients or long queues.

Such initiatives aim to attract more medical tourists to the country as well as generate finances to drive charity initiatives. With approximately USD80 million in investments to execute this vision, the first luxury hospital will be operational in Mumbai by early 2017, followed by another in New Delhi.

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