Unihealth: Taking Healthcare To Untouched Parts of the World
Dr. Anurag Shah & Dr. Akshay Parmar
Co-Founder & Chairman & Co-Founder & MD
The African Exploration
Starting with a marketing campaign, Unihealth dilated its footprint across the African continent by facility-investments that benefitted the patients with high-end medical services
Today, its presence in more than 15 geographies and investments in three fast growing African provinces - Uganda, Tanzania and Nigeria, helps this Mumbai-based organization serve such patients with uninterrupted medial services. . The company has established tertiary care multi-speciality ‘UMC Hospitals’ in these countries in addition to the expansion of its diagnostic clinics. “By the end of
More is Coming
The company currently holds a strong grip in many other fragments of healthcare, starting from Hospital Management to Specialty Clinics, Diagnostics & Dialysis, Pharmaceuticals, Medical Equipment, and Tele-Medicine & Tele-Radiology. “Unihealth presently runs the first and only dialysis center in Mwanza (Tanzania), and UMC Hospital in Mwanza is the first hospital to have a MRI Scanner and Modular Operating Theatres,” says Dr. Akshay Parmar, Co-Founder & MD, Unihealth. Another UMC in Kampala (Uganda), Victoria Hospital is the first private tertiary care hospital in Uganda to have a Cardiac Cath Lab and Modular Operating Theatres.
Unihealth has an overall workforce of 150 people across the globe, which the company plans to enlarge to 1000 by the end of this year. The organization now plans a five-year expansion strategy, 1000+ operational tertiary care hospital beds across Africa, 20+ UMC Diagnostic Centers, and thus $100 million annual revenue from Africa.