Healthcare Recruitment

Healthcare is a unique sector for India and growing accordingly with Developing India . India has not only hospitals with world-class facilities but skilled world-class doctors and medical personnel too. The country has . . . . . More

Medical Tourism

Over the years, India has grown to become a top-notch destination for medical value travel because it scores high over a range of factors that determines the overall quality of care. Imagine a complex surgical procedure . . . . . More

Medical Equipment

Medical equipments are also known as armamentatium is designed to aid in the diagnosis, monitoring or treatment of medical conditions. There are several basic types: . . . . . More

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Regulatory hurdles in setting up a new hospital in India……

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