Niira Radia established Nayati Healthcare in 2012 as a medical mobile van service in order to improve the healthcare offerings for Badrinath pilgrims. With decades of experience in providing consulting to various corporates in India, Niira Radia managed to set up Nayati Healthcare as a hospital chain with its presence in Mathura, Agra, and New Delhi. It is expected to expand its operations in Gurugram and Amritsar by the end of 2019.
As the Chairperson and Founder of Nayati Healthcare, Niira Radia has made it her mission to bring tertiary and quaternary level healthcare to people living in Tier-II and Tier-III cities. She believes that quality healthcare is a basic right to dignity, and aims to make healthcare accessible, affordable and accountable to all.
Niira Radia is a firm believer in bringing the world’s best infrastructure and clinical expertise together to provide high quality patient care. Following her vision, all Nayati Healthcare centres provide complete healthcare solutions with state-of-the-art medical facilities in all disciplines and specialized verticals of healthcare.
With eminent doctors leading each practice at Nayati, Radia is committed to delivering world class healthcare to an increasing number of patient base. The outstanding team of nursing, technical and support staff at Nayati strives to ensure the best possible treatment outcomes, along with providing an unparalleled patient care.
|Category||Hospital & Health Care|
|Occupation||Chairperson of Nayati Healthcare|
|Birthdate||19 November 1960|
|Hometown||New Delhi, India|
|School||Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls, London|
Awards and Honors
|Dynamic Entrepreneur of India (2017)||Six Sigma Healthcare Excellence Award|
|Icons of Health Award (2017)||The Times of India|
|Kunal Braj Vibhuti Samman (2018) for upliftment of healthcare in the Braj region||Braj Kala Kendra|
|Name||Nayati Healthcare & Research Pvt. Ltd.|
|Industry||Hospital & Health Care|
|About||Founded by Niira Radia, Nayati Healthcare began its journey in 2012 from the pious grounds of Badrinath with four Mobile Medical Units (MMUs) and a team of 36 paramedics and doctors. Working across these regions, within a short span of time Nayati came face to face with certain grim realities in healthcare that were primarily metro-centric and were mostly unaccessible to people living in rural India.|
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