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Nayati Healthcare named ‘Emerging Healthcare Services Provider Company of the Year’ by Frost & Sullivan India


Mathura-based Nayati Healthcare emerged as the winner at the prestigious ‘Frost & Sullivan India Best Practices Awards Ceremony 2019’ in Mumbai. The healthcare provider was honoured as ‘India Emerging Healthcare Services Provider Company of the Year’ for its exemplary work in the healthcare space in Mathura and other Tier 2 and 3 cities.

The award was felicitated by the Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practices segment which recognizes ventures throughout a range of regional and global markets for technological innovation, customer service, superior leadership, and strategic product development.

The parameters of this award are decided by an industry analyst team which benchmarks market participants and analyses their performance through independent, primary interviews, and secondary industry research to evaluate and identify the best practices. Furthermore, the initiative aims at helping drive excellence, innovation, and a positive change in the global economy by recognizing the best-in-class products, individuals, and companies.

On that note, Nayati Healthcare has performed rather well, owing to its dedicated healthcare services across Uttar Pradesh. Nayati Healthcare has been quite active in Mathura through its flagship Medicity Hospital, offering a bevy of services in a large catchment area between Delhi and Lucknow. The hospital offers advanced medical care to rural areas and tier-2 and 3 cities and also happens to be the only hospital in Mathura to receive NABH (National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers) Accreditation.

The ceremony held in Mumbai provided an ideal opportunity to present awards to companies, which are inspired by visionary growth, innovation, and leadership. Nayati Healthcare Chairperson and Promoter, Niira Radia was present at the event, and received the honour on behalf of the entire team.

The recognition holds a testament to Nayati’s commitment to bring tertiary and quaternary level healthcare to people living in Tier-II and Tier-III cities, and rural areas as well.

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