BRS Medicity Amaravati signals a Medical Renaissance in Andhra Pradesh
Padmashree Dr. Shetty signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board during the Partnership Summit in January 2017.
B.R Shetty Group’s investment of $1.8 billion will be an important node for Andhra Pradesh’s healthcare landscape.
The Hon’ble Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu laid the foundation stone for BRS Medicity Amaravati at Dondapadu today.
BRS Ventures and Holdings’ proposed investment of $1.8 billion in Andhra Pradesh is a step towards changing the way medical education, research and development are conducted in India.
Padamshree Dr. B. R Shetty signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board (APEDB) at the Partnership Summit in January 2017.
The Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board, chaired by the Hon’ble Chief Minister is a single point of contact for trade, investments, partnerships and collaborations in the state of Andhra Pradesh.
Padmashree Dr. B. R Shetty moved from India to the UAE in 1973 in search of greener pastures and went on to become the pioneer of the private healthcare sector in the UAE with NMC, which he established in 1975. Under his able leadership, an array of service-oriented businesses has flourished across healthcare, financial services, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, education, distribution, infrastructure and hospitality.
Mr. J. Krishna Kishore, Chief Executive Officer, Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board said “BRS Medicity Amaravati signals a medical renaissance in Andhra Pradesh and is a step towards changing the way medical education, research and development are conducted in India”
“The commitment towards health and well-being is very close to our Hon’ble Chief Minister Shri Nara Chandrababu Naidu and BRS Medicity Amaravati will be an important node for medical and wellness tourism as Amaravati is well poised to become a world class city.
Four aspects aptly describe the BRS Amaravati Medicity that will bring to life a vision of an integrated, patient-centric, healthcare development model.
- First, a greater focus on delivering Care
- With 4 decades of experience across time-zones, BRS Amaravati Medicity will see a larger and stronger healthcare presence with more than 30 departments offering a wide spectrum of medical treatments.
- With 1000 beds and access to world-class medical education and allied health at affordable prices, Amaravati will be the global magnet attracting the best of minds all over Andhra Pradesh, India and the world.
- Amaravati will also see Neopharma manufacturing and producing medical implementation and equipment for the multi-specialty hospital
- Second, fostering Continuous Learning and Innovation
- The BRS Amaravati Medicity will partner with University of California, San Diego and the university shall accommodate 1000 – 1500 students where various programs will be offered in the spectrum of medicine and healthcare research.
- Satellite Data from NASA will be analyzed at the University Research Centre to bolster agriculture in the state and aid farmers.
- A fastest computer in the world ‘Quantum’ will be established which will be the first in healthcare. Amaravati will be home to the Quantum Centre, first outside USA. The Quantum Centre will provide free analytics to Andhra Pradesh by applying advance neural network to analyze and identify diseases before they occur. Data is the new oil and Quantum will be processing enormous data of Andhra Pradesh’s healthcare eco-system and will change the face of healthcare in India.
- Third, integrating seamlessly with Community
- In the future, the landscape of Healthcare will be transformed with BRS Amaravati Medicity’s new healthcare facilities, gateways and plazas. They will be seamlessly integrated with the surrounding lifestyle components like transport hubs and entertainment cities including open air theatres, elevated walkways, community hubs and sports cities.
- And finally, greater Connectivity
- The BRS Amaravati Medicity will be linked via a highly connected network of public walkways, streets, bridges, roads and interconnected basement car parks. Patients can be assured of privacy and comfort as they are moved from one part of the health city to another.