KEF Holdings launches game-changing Meitra Care Network to disrupt India’s US$193 billion healthcare sector

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UAE: MCN enables patients to receive healthcare services including consultation, diagnosis, primary treatment, medical care and after care sitting at home, instead of going to clinics, hospitals and diagnostic centres – all through the MCN mobile application.

NRIs in the UAE and GCC will benefit from the MCN launch as it has also tied up with a number of GCC-based healthcare service providers to offer seamless healthcare services in the GCC and India.
Indian healthcare sector is poised to grow 92.74 percent from US$193 billion in 2020 to US$372 billion by 2022, while, India’s hospital industry is expected to reach US$132 billion by 2023.

KEF Healthcare, an integral part of KEF Holdings’ vision for the future, unveiled the Meitra Care Network at Meitra Hospital in Calicut, India, on 13th February.

The primary care industry in India is currently valued at US$13 billion while medical tourism sector was estimated at US$9 billion, As of April 2020, number of sub-centres reached 169,031 and number of primary health centres (PHCs) increased to 33,987, while the number of doctors with recognised medical qualifications in India reached 1.26 million in September 2020.

KEF Healthcare has also announced a ground-breaking collaboration with Canadian Specialist Hospital, Dubai, which will serve as a Joint Centre of Excellence, providing the full range of heart and vascular care.

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