Indore: Indus Health Plus (IHP) on Friday entered Madhya Pradesh to provide preventive healthcare services to people in Indore at affordable prices. (Agencies)
Over 60 per cent population in Madhya Pradesh suffer either from hypertension and diabetes, besides many tobacco and liquor-related diseases, IHP's Joint Managing Director Amol Naikawadi told reporters.
IHP plans to enter Ujjain and Ratlam soon, to provide preventive healthcare packages in the range of Rs 3,000 to Rs 17,000, which gives an income tax benefit to salaried patients, he said.
IHP also inked a MoU today with CHL Hospital (Apollo) as per which, the latter will provide its infrastructure and experts for preventive care diagnosis, he said.
In the last financial year, the company achieved a turnover of Rs 95 crore, and it hopes to achieve a target of Rs 120 crore during this financial year, he said.
IHP has delivery partners in 27 cities, across 55 centres countrywide, and over 3.4 lakh people had their preventive health check-ups during the last 12 years, he said.
Indore: Indus Health Plus (IHP) on Friday entered Madhya Pradesh to provide preventive healthcare services to people in Indore at affordable prices.