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Noida realty firm Supertech to spend Rs 100 crore on a 100-bed hospital

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Last Updated: Aug 26, 2016, 01.39 PM IST
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Summary Supertech will set up hospitals in its integrated township projects and in the first phase it will spend Rs 100 crore to open a 100-bed super specialty hospital in Noida.

Supertech will set up hospitals in its integrated township projects and in the first phase it will spend Rs 100 crore to open a 100-bed super specialty hospital in Noida.
Supertech will set up hospitals in its integrated township projects and in the first phase it will spend Rs 100 crore to open a 100-bed super specialty hospital in Noida.
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NEW DELHI: Noida-based real estate firm Supertech has said it will set up hospitals in its integrated township projects and in the first phase it will spend Rs 100 crore to open a 100-bed super specialty hospital in their residential project Cape Town in Sector 74, Noida.

"This will be followed by the launch of three more Hospitals over the next three to four years with an investment of Rs 200 crore," the company said in a statement.

The company has already started construction for its first hospital and it is likely to be completed by May 2017.

"With the primary objective of providing world class healthcare services, the company will install top quality healthcare facilities in the hospital. The first hospital by Supertech will be well-equipped with state-of-the-art technology, best infrastructure and a team of specialists to address the needs of patients," the company said.

RK Arora, chairman, Supertech Limited, said: "Top quality medical facilities at affordable cost still remain a challenge and we intend to fill this gap by launching our range of hospitals along with qualified and experienced doctors. Our hospitals will not only serve the residents of Supertech but will also fulfil medical needs of others in the neighbourhood."

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