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Max to invest Rs 2,500 cr in Lucknow, be UP's 'largest' pvt healthcare firm

Delhi-based group plans to double overall capacity by adding 4,200 beds in four to five years

Abhay Soi, chairman and MD, Max Healthcare
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Abhay Soi, chairman and MD, Max Healthcare

Sohini DasSanket Koul Mumbai/Delhi

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Max Healthcare Institute has said its plans to invest Rs 2500 crore for developing hospitals in Lucknow where it earlier acquired the 550-bed Sahara Hospital for Rs 940 crore, aiming to become “largest private sector player” in Uttar Pradesh in its field.
The new investment will be part of the Delhi-based group’s plan to double capacity by adding 4,200 beds in the next four to five years for an investment of more than Rs 5,000 crore. The group has 4,000 beds now and in five years the count will be 8,200.

Sahara Hospital, which is spread over a 27-acre land in

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First Published: Apr 16 2024 | 2:01 PM IST

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