TR Life Sciences signs MoUs for restructuring healthcare projects in multiple states
MoUs aim to address the challenges wider gap in doctors to patient ratio, huge shortage of nurses, technical, pharmacy, and other hospital manpower in the regions
Healthcare consultancy firm TR Life Sciences has recently signed five Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) with health projects in Delhi, Bihar, East and North Eastern part of India for restructuring and re-inventing healthcare projects.
It includes the expansion of Delhi-based Brahm Shakti Hospital, and the MOU was signed by its Managing Director BR Sharma. Another MoU was signed by Deepak Agarwal, Managing Director, DE Group for developing a chain of diagnostic centers in the Eastern region of India. An MoU was also signed with Asitav Sinha for developing a Medical, Nursing, and Pharmacy college in the North East region of India to transform the existing facilities and expand capacity. In addition to these three, two MoUs were also signed for Bihar which include a 150-bed Hospital Project in Darbhanga and the expansion of Rina Devi Memorial Hospital & Medical, Nursing & Pharmacy College in Mohania. The MoUs with two leading hospital owners of Bihar aim to establish two new state-of-the-art hospitals there.
The new health projects will offer cutting-edge healthcare services and technologies, including advanced diagnostic equipment and world-class medical facilities. The health institutions will be equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure and will be staffed by highly qualified and experienced medical professionals.
Dr Gopal Sharan, MD, TR Life Sciences, who signed the MoUs on behalf of his company, said, “We are delighted to announce the signing of these MoUs. These new hospitals will be a significant addition to the healthcare infrastructure of the region, and will offer patients access to the latest medical technologies and treatments.”
With the help of the expertise and experience of TR Life Sciences, these new projects will not only provide state-of-the-art healthcare services with well-planned medical colleges and hospitals but also create numerous job opportunities for healthcare professionals in the region. Additionally, they will help to reduce the burden on existing healthcare facilities, providing patients with greater access to healthcare services.
In tier II and III cities and rural areas of India, there is a significant shortage of healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals. We need well-equipped medical and nursing colleges, hospitals, and diagnostic centers in these areas to improve healthcare outcomes in these areas. Our partnerships ultimately aim to improve healthcare delivery systems,” added Dr Sharan.