Japanese companies Toyota Tsusho and Secom Medical System are expanding their healthcare presence in India with the construction of a second hospital in Bengaluru’s north-east region.  

These two companies already operate Sakra World Hospital in Bengaluru, in the state of Karnataka, through their joint venture company Takshasila Hospitals, which was established in 2012.  

The new 38,000m² facility aims to serve approximately 1,000 outpatients per day and 2,000 new inpatients per month. 

Expected to open in early 2027, the hospital will feature nearly 450 beds, an increase from the 307-bed capacity of the existing Sakra World Hospital. 

The upcoming hospital will have a comprehensive oncology centre, a paediatric and perinatal medical centre, and an advanced health checkup centre, along with other specialities, including brain and spine, gastroenterology, cardiovascular, nephrology and urology, and emergency medical services. 

In addition to the wide range of medical services, the hospital will focus on digital and regenerative medicine.  

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It will also include a training facility for doctors and nurses.  

Post-discharge, patients will benefit from an advanced rehabilitation programme and home healthcare services. 

According to Toyota Tsusho, the design of the hospital will draw from the operational experience at Sakra Hospital while incorporating greenery and natural light. 

The hospital will be equipped with various medical technologies, including PET CT, angiography, MRI, and X-ray facilities, among others.  

Business Standard quoted SECOM executive director and SECOM Medical System chairman Tatsuro Fuse as saying: “The new facility is the extension of our firm commitment towards fulfilling the healthcare needs of the local and international communities.” 

As per the publication, the new hospital has been built with an investment of Rs10bn ($120.6m) and the companies are also planning to set up a third facility, featuring nearly 300 beds. 

Referring to the plans for the third hospital, Business Standard quoted Sakra World Hospital group CEO Lovekesh Phasu, who said that the deal is yet to be finalised, with the investment pipeline ranging from Rs7bn to Rs8bn.