Apollo Bramwell has also apparently suffered from the BAI crisis. Its turnover went from Rs 91 million (back in March) to Rs 48 million (recorded last month).
Apollo Bramwell Hospital
Ever since the BAI has been dismantled, its subsidiary groups have felt the bitter consequences: Apollo Bramwell hospital is no exception. Its turnover is currently decreasing, and might further spiral down in the near future.
According to DefiMedia.info, the cause of this sharp decline is due to the public’s perception of how the hospital is not well-equipped anymore, lacking the basics.
By the end of this month, the turnover might reach around Rs 46-45 million. The statistics have been confirmed by the firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
DefiMedia.info also reports that from the beginning of the year, the hospital would welcome around a hundred of patients daily, but now the number has dropped to around 40 only. The combination of the decrease in number of patients, in consultation, and in intervention have led to the decline in the turnover, in spite of the fact that all of its services are available. Reversing the problem would necessitate communicating to the public that the hospital is functional, and still well-equipped.
Some employees of the hospital are allegedly in favour of the government taking over the institution. They also wish to meet with the Minister of Good Governance, Roshi Bhadain, and the Minister of Employment, Soodesh Callichurn, to ask for an investigation to be made to shed light on their pension funds.