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September 13, 2011

Shalby Hospital acquires majority stake in Goa hospital

Shalby Hospital in Ahmedabad, India, has acquired a 55% stake in Vrindavan Hospital in Goa. The 120-bed Vrindavan Hospital will be renamed as Vrindavan-Shalby Hospital. Shalby also plans to set up a 100-bed hospital at Jaipur, a 100-bed brownfield hospital in Indore, a 250-b

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Shalby Hospital in Ahmedabad, India, has acquired a 55% stake in Vrindavan Hospital in Goa.

The 120-bed Vrindavan Hospital will be renamed as Vrindavan-Shalby Hospital.

Shalby also plans to set up a 100-bed hospital at Jaipur, a 100-bed brownfield hospital in Indore, a 250-bed hospital in Goa as a public-private partnership, and a 200-bed facility in Surat within the next two and half years.

The Indore unit will be operational within the next eight months, while the Jaipur unit will take around two and half years to complete.

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