Max Healthcare is the country’s leading provider of standardized, seamless and international-class healthcare services. It is a joint venture between Max India and Life Healthcare, South Africa.
With a base of over 2,100 doctors, 6400 other trained personnel, and over 2.2 million patients from 80 countries, across its network of 13 hospitals, Max Healthcare is completely committed to the highest standards of medical and service excellence, patient care, scientific and medical education. With a strong presence in North India, with over 10 hospitals in Delhi & NCR and others in Mohali, Bathinda and Dehradun, it offers treatment in over 30 medical disciplines.
In FY2015, MHC reported revenues Rs.1,740 crore , with EBITDA of Rs.170 crore, marking a significant turnaround from the position four years ago when EBITDA was barely positive. The newer hospitals (at Mohali, Shalimar Bagh, Bathinda and Dehradun) took great strides during the year, accounting for a quarter of the total revenue. The hospitals at Mohali and Shalimar Bagh turned profitable, well ahead of the normal time taken by new hospitals generally for achieving profitability.
2015 also marked the beginning of MHC’s journey of inorganic growth. In July 2015, the company concluded its first-ever acquisition of the 340-bedded Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital (expandable up to 540 beds) in NCR. In November 2015, MHC announced a partnership with Smart Group wherein MHC would acquire 51% stake in Saket City Hospital Pvt. Ltd., from Smart Health City Pte Ltd, the Singapore based BK Modi Group company which manages and operates the Delhi based Saket City Hospital (SCH). SCH, which started operations in 2013, has 230 operational beds and is currently expanding to 300 beds. Max Healthcare plans to further expand the SCH facility by ~900 additional beds over the next few years, thereby expanding SCH’s capacity to 1200 beds, and offering a combined capacity of almost 2000 beds in the heart of South Delhi. This addition represents more than a 50% increase to Max Healthcare’s current capacity, significantly enhances access to quality healthcare in the NCR region, and will make Max Healthcare the largest healthcare provider brand in New Delhi . MHC currently has a capacity of 2600 beds across 13 hospitals.
Max Healthcare is also a pioneer in the introduction of technology to provide patients with the highest standards in medical care. A few examples are the first Brain Suite in Asia at Max Saket, Electronic Health Record System in use across Max Hospitals, and Bone Marrow Transplant & HIPEC for cancer treatment in Max Patparganj. The hospitals are equipped with the advanced medical equipment like state-of-the-art Cath labs, OTs with HEPA, Nuclear Medicine, Gama Camera, LINAC for Radiotherapy and MRI and CT scan machines.
Committed to the promise of ‘Care for Life’, medical expertise meets personalised care at Max Healthcare.