MP based telemedicine; health-tech startup Medyseva is increasing its domestic footprint in rural India by setting-up several e-clinics or Medyseva Kendra’s across the country. The company recently opened its flagship center of ‘Medyseva Kendra’ in Health Villa, Near Shani Mandir at Hojai, Assam. Dr. Subrata Banik (MBBS) was the Chief Guest at the opening held recently. The Medyseva Kendra at Hojai (Assam)is headed by Ranjeet Saha, Medysevak. Rural Health care is one of the biggest challenges facing the Health Ministry of India. With more than 70 percent of the population living in rural areas and low levels of health facilities, mortality rates due to diseases are on a high.The newly opened Medyseva Kendra at Hojai (Assam) intends to extend its reach and services further to a larger set of population from nearby villages like Nagaon, Doboka, Lanka and more, who have inadequate access to quality healthcare.
Medyseva seeks to become the ultimate healthcare partner of all citizens across tier-2 & 3 cities and offer access to high quality healthcare services with ease and at affordable prices. Its flagship e-clinic center ‘Medyseva Kendra’ bridges the gap between the urban doctors and rural patients by providing state-of-the-art technology, which covers the entire spectrum of services from having virtual consultations to getting surgeries, from booking diagnostic tests to digitizing medical records. The healthtech start-up focusing on telemedicine in rural India offers Consultation and services like Pathology, Radiology, Hospitalization, Ambulance and Home Care Services.
“The pandemic showcased the large gap in India’s healthcare services, especially in rural and remote villages of India. The newly opened ‘Medyseva Kendra’ in Assam, thus aims to ensure that every rural citizen has access to high quality doctors and medical services at their convenience and at affordable prices. Currently Medyseva has 25 clinics for its flagship e-clinic of ‘Medyseva Kendra’ and we soon plan to set-up around 250 clinics by the end of this fiscal year. Our intent is to identify diseases which are prevalent in rural areas of North Eastern States and provide preventive care for the community towards building a healthy society”, shared Dr. Vishesh Kasliwal, Founder & CEO, Medyseva. He holds a Master’s Degree in Hospital Administration from England and has also assisted in research projects under Indian Council of Medical Research with a decade of experience in the healthcare industry.
India’s telemedicine landscape has witnessed a massive surge in recent months and the government’s announcement of the National Digital Health Mission is further expected to fuel the growth of the healthtech industry and it’s important to achieve deep penetration into rural markets and Tier 3/4/5 cities to reach the masses.
Medyseva is an Indore (Madhya Pradesh) based healthcare startup focusing on Telemedicine in Rural India. It seeks to become the ultimate healthcare partner of all citizens such that they can get access to high quality healthcare services with ease and at affordable prices. It bridges the gap between the urban doctors and rural patients through Medyseva Kendras having state-of-the-art technology, which cover the entire spectrum of services that are needed to keep one healthy – from having virtual consultations to getting surgeries, from booking diagnostic tests to digitizing medical records.