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  • US Firm Plans Stake Sale in CARE Hospitals for up to $300 Million: Report

    US Firm Plans Stake Sale in CARE Hospitals for up to $300 Million: Report

    US private equity firm Advent International is in talks with Carlyle Group and three separate healthcare providers to sell its 72 per cent stake in CARE Hospitals for $250 million to $300 million, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.

  • Protests Over 5-Year-Old's Rape Block Major Intersection Near Delhi

    Protests Over 5-Year-Old's Rape Block Major Intersection Near Delhi

    A large group of furious villagers today blocked roads near Delhi today as they protested against the rape of a five-year-old and demanded that the child be urgently moved to a private hospital in

  • No Eye Camp Without Permission: Punjab Government

    No Eye Camp Without Permission: Punjab Government

    After recent incidents of alleged botched up eye surgeries in the state, the Punjab government has made it mandatory for all private hospitals, NGOs to take prior permission of civil surgeons before setting up any eye operation camps.

  • Kerala Government to Bear Treatment Expenses of Dog Bite Victims

    Kerala Government to Bear Treatment Expenses of Dog Bite Victims

    Amid concerns over the shortage of anti-rabies vaccine in the state, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy today said the government would bear the expenses of those who sought treatment in private hospitals after suffering dog bites.

  • Chandrababu Naidu Seeks Medicos' Help in Making Health Care Affordable

    Chandrababu Naidu Seeks Medicos' Help in Making Health Care Affordable

    The Andhra Pradesh Government would encourage establishment of super speciality hospitals in the state either in private sector or by trusts, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said in Hyderabad today.

  • No more cashless treatment for government employees in private hospitals

    No more cashless treatment for government employees in private hospitals

    Private hospitals will no longer offer cashless treatment to government employees, even if they are covered under the central government's health service scheme.

  • Delhi Government cancels registration of 33 private hospitals

    Delhi Government cancels registration of 33 private hospitals

    Delhi Government has cancelled registration of 33 private hospitals and nursing homes in the city due to various reasons including failure to meet infrastructural requirement.

  • Apax sells stake in Apollo Hospital for $90 million: report

    Apax sells stake in Apollo Hospital for $90 million: report

    British private equity firm Apax Partners LLP raised $90.2 million after selling a 4.2 per cent stake in India's Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd through blocks of shares, a source with knowledge of the sale told Reuters on Thursday.

  • Apax sells part of stake in Apollo Hospitals for $97 million

    Apax sells part of stake in Apollo Hospitals for $97 million

    Private equity firm Apax Partners LLP sold half its stake in Apollo Hospitals Enterprise, India's largest hospital chain, to Oppenheimer Funds for about Rs 523 crore.

  • 60 swine flu cases reported in Delhi this year, three dead

    60 swine flu cases reported in Delhi this year, three dead

    With a spurt in swine flu cases, Delhi Government on Thursday directed 22 hospitals, including five private ones, to set up isolated wards to offer treatment to patients affected by the disease.

  • Private equity pours money into India primary healthcare

    Private equity pours money into India primary healthcare

    Private equity funds quadrupled their investment in India's primary healthcare, betting the sick and ailing will stop seeing family doctors in often cramped and dingy quarters and check into modern chains sprouting up across Asia's No.3 economy.

  • Fortis Healthcare promoters to sell 16.5% stake for Rs 900 crore: report

    Fortis Healthcare promoters to sell 16.5% stake for Rs 900 crore: report

    Fortis Healthcare promoters are likely to sell 16.5 per cent stake in their hospitals chain via Offer for Sale (OFS) and private placement route, according to media reports. The company is likely to raise Rs 900 crore via sale of shares, the reports said.

  • Apax looking to exit Apollo Hospitals for $250 million

    Apax looking to exit Apollo Hospitals for $250 million

    Global private equity firm Apax Partners LLP is looking to sell its 10 percent stake in Indian hospital chain Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd, three sources with direct knowledge of the talks said, in a deal that could raise around $250 million or more.

  • Wage panel recommends pay hike for nurses

    A committee set up by the Kerala Government to study the wage and service conditions of nurses in private hospitals has recommended a comprehensive hike in their pay scales. The committee, headed by the former member of State Human Rights Commission Proffesor S Balaraman, submitted its report to Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Tuesday.

  • UK-based Advent International invests $105 mn in India’s Care Hospitals

    UK-based Advent International invests $105 mn in India’s Care Hospitals

    U.K.-based private equity fund Advent International has acquired shares from some of the existing investors and injected additional capital into the business.

  • Fortis Healthcare in talks with private equity firms for stake sale: report

    Fortis Healthcare in talks with private equity firms for stake sale: report

    The hospitals chain is in talks with PE firms Carlyle Group and TPG Capital to sell an up to 20 per cent stake.

  • $1 visit to doctor for India's under-privileged

    $1 visit to doctor for India's under-privileged

    A private hospital, a for-profit micro-finance company and an information technology company have joined forces to attempt what state and local governments have struggled to do for decades - bring quality, affordable medical treatment to India's hundreds of millions of poor people.

  • $1 visit to doctor for India's under-priveliged

    $1 visit to doctor for India's under-priveliged

    A private hospital, a for-profit micro-finance company and an information technology company have joined forces to attempt what state and local governments have struggled to do for decades - bring quality, affordable medical treatment to India's hundreds of millions of poor people.

  • Parents association demands protection of nurses

    Indian Nurses Parents Association today demanded that government take measures to protect nurses working in private hospitals in Kerala as well as other states. The nurses working in private hospitals were becoming victims of exploitation, INPA President Dr D Surendranath alleged at a press meet here.

  • Kerala nurses in demand abroad but exploited at home

    Nurses in Kerala's leading private hospitals are up in arms and have brought work to a standstill demanding a fair compensation for their hard work.

  • 400 Hyderabad hospitals flout fire safety norms

    400 Hyderabad hospitals flout fire safety norms

    The major fire in Kolkata's AMRI hospital on Friday that killed nearly 90 people has brought into sharp focus the fire safety measures in Hyderabad's private hospitals. And sadly around 400 hospitals in the city are fire accidents waiting to happen. After an inspection by the fire prevention wing of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation of 55...

  • Service tax on healthcare draws public ire

    Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee’s proposal of bringing health care services under a five per cent service tax cover has drawn common man's ire, who frequently visits private hospitals with air-conditioning facilities. The move means he will have to pay more for treatment in private healthcare centres. For instance, Ganesh Podtar, a ...

  • Top private hospitals face cancellation of registrations

    Top private hospitals face cancellation of registrations

    Several top private hospitals in the national capital may lose their registration for not providing mandatory free treatment to poor people despite being allotted land at concessional rates.The city government in a day or two will slap notices on eight private hospitals for flouting norms and not providing free treatment to the poor.Delhi Health Mi...

  • Notice to six private hospitals for poor medical waste disposal

    Six private hospitals in Kanpur were issued notices by the Pollution Control Board (PCB) today on charges of not disposing medical waste properly.These hospitals are asked to mend their ways in 15 days or else they will bear the consequences, a PCB official said.Other hospitals are also being inspected and similar action will follow if it is found ...

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