The company expects Rs 40 to Rs 50 crore turnover in the coming year and targeting other cities across India
As part of its ever-expanding drive, House of Doctors has taken a huge step by foraying into Pune. The objective is to provide uninterrupted cataract, lasik, laser treatments, orthopaedic surgeries, ENT surgeries, gynaecology surgeries to Punekars at an affordable cost.
House Of Doctors is a healthcare company that provides end-to-end service to patients’ surgical needs. The centres are currently functional across Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane, Indore, Ujjain, and Bhopal. Operating surgical categories such as general surgery, ophthalmology, ENT, urology, and gynaecology. The House Of Doctors successfully treated over 5000+ patients. With a vision to further spread its wings, The House of Doctors will be cementing its place in Pune now with an expansion of its services.
Dr Sanket Agrawal, CEO, House of Doctors said, “Currently, a large number of people suffer from a plethora of health problems including piles, fissures, joints, heart, lungs, ear, knee, spine, dental, fertility, varicose veins, gynaec and breast health issues. The House of Doctors is a one-stop solution for all health problems. It provides prompt treatment options to the patients. It is committed to helping patients with the correct diagnosis, booking an appointment at the clinic, and tests at a diagnostic centre, timely intervention for the surgical procedure by an expert surgeon, and follow-up consultation after the surgery. Our expansion plan focuses on sustainable growth wherein we are cautious about spending and hiring. The expected turnover is Rs 40 to Rs 50 crore in the coming year and targeting other cities across India.”
Digant Desai, Marketing Head, said, “We feel each employee is our responsibility and each penny spent must be spent with a focus on ROI. We wish to provide a seamless experience to a patient. Transparent Consulting and Tested Infrastructure to help build credibility and trusted diagnosis and surgery partner for all stakeholders. Soon, we will be launching our app-based platform, where the patient can seamlessly find relevant information on the disease, book doctors’ appointments, get follow-up messages, and also revisit medical history. This will serve the patients more easily and create a tech-enabled platform to reach out and serve the Tier II and III parts of India.”