Wockhardt Hospitals back on expansion mode, to expand footprint to Delhi
06 Nov, 2014

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In 2009, it sold 10 of its 17 hospitals to Fortis to repay debt.

Five years after selling over half of its hospitals to Fortis, privately held chain of tertiary care centres Wockhardt Hospitals is back on the expansion mode. It launched its 350-bed hospital in South Mumbai on Thursday by investing Rs 350 crore ($59 million), as per a company release.

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