Suman from Mathura no longer has to worry for the health of her unborn child. Gopal from Vrindavan now has easier access to quality medical treatments. Rajesh from Hathras no longer has to travel 200 km to reach Delhi for getting his ailing mother treated. And they all have only one name to thank for it – Niira Radia.
Revolutionising medical care in India ever since its inception, Niira Radia’s Nayati Healthcare has been making quality medical care accessible to the residents of densely populated but poorly provisioned Braj region of Uttar Pradesh. Radia, who serves as the Chairperson of the healthcare initiative, cites bridging the huge demand and supply gap between quality medical care in the region to be her primary motive behind establishing Nayati Medicity in Mathura and Nayati Hospital in Agra.
“Day in and day out we see harrowing tales of people traveling great distances at great financial and emotional expense, just so that their loved ones receive the right medical treatment. Many times, they are too late in finding the right healthcare provider, and end up losing a family member or friend,” said Niira Radia while explaining what led her to start a healthcare initiative.
She added, “With Nayati, our primary focus is on offering tertiary and quaternary medical care facilities to people who had no or limited access to healthcare. We believe in bringing technology and medical care together to provide the people with specialized treatment without having to travel to cities far away.”
With India making its great shift towards better and abundant healthcare facilities for all, Niira Radia’s Nayati Healthcare is at the forefront of this revolution. From starting one of the most extensive cancer care units in not just Uttar Pradesh but the entire North India, to ensuring optimal healthcare for all during the Covid-19 pandemic, Nayati Healthcare has emerged as a premier player in the medical care sector.