HYDERABAD: Getting access to healthcare is still a distant dream for most Indian villages. The existing healthcare centres in rural parts of India are so few and overwhelmed that most people avoid them. Average shortfalls are now over 50% across the country.
In partnership with local entrepreneurs, government health bodies, and NGOs, Harley Street Healthcare Group (HSHG ) is creating a primary healthcare ecosystem capable of meeting the needs of the communities in rural India by bringing together the best of modern medicine, state-of-the-art technological innovation wrapped in the resourcefulness of ancient healing systems.
These public health centres, conceived as community wellness & diagnostic centres under its brand, Harley Street clinics of London, are tech-enabled all-in-one mobile polyclinics that will provide testing, diagnostic, and other primary healthcare services with a special focus on women’s health as well as mental health in tier II & III cities as well as villages across India.
HSHG plans to have up to 10 centres operational by June 2023 in the trial phase. As part of its 3-year plan, the company aims to have 100+ centres operating across rural India. The group is also launching its MyCare digital healthcare infrastructure to efficiently service the customers, including a state-of-the-art health assistant AI (Artificial Intelligence) called “Health Chat” in line with its continuity of care commitment.