Our Caribbean operations bring us closer to the American mkt: Viren Shetty from Narayana Health

In questions and answers, the executive vice president of the hospital chain dwells on the lessons of the pandemic, saying that the hospital industry has always been exposed to the dollar and thus has put pressure on margins.

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Sokhini Das |
Mumbai


Narayana Health has extensive expansion plans in and outside India. While medical tourism is yet to return to pre-pandemic levels, the total number of patients in the domestic market is increasing. Speaking of Sokhini DasExecutive Vice President of Narayana Health (NH). Viren Shetty talks about the lessons learned from the pandemic and what follows for Narayana Health. Shetty, the son of NH president and renowned doctor Devi Shetty, also says the hospital industry has always been exposed to dollars and thus put pressure on margins. Edited excerpts:

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First published: Sun, 26 June 2022 16:17 IST

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