Radiant Life Care Private Limited ("Radiant"), was set up in 2000 for the purpose of developing, redeveloping, managing and operating health care facilities.
Radiant's foray in the healthcare sector commenced with the redevelopment of BLK Super Speciality Hospital (“BLK")
at a cost of Rs 3,500 million. Originally setup in 1959, inaugurated by Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, BLK has more than 60 years of heritage. With Radiant, the present facility of BLK was completely rebuilt and re-launched in 2009 as a 650 bed state-of-the-art super specialty tertiary care hospital, with a built up area of 650,000 square feet. Spread over 5 acres of land located in the heart of the capital city, at Pusa road in Karol Bagh, Delhi, BLK is amongst the largest stand-alone private hospitals in the National Capital Region ("NCR").
With Radiant team, BLK has achieved multiple milestones over the last 4 years like accreditation from National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers, accreditation from National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories, award for Best Multi-speciality Hospital in India by Indo-Global Health, ranking amongst top 10 hospitals of NCR, award for best response in acute heart attacks by Lumen Global, Gold Award for service improvement for internal customers from Health Management Asia, to name a few.
Radiant through its SPV has also entered into operations and management alliance with Dr Balabhai Nanavati Hospital, 64-year-old Mumbai's iconic healthcare institute. At Nanavati, Radiant looks to introduce global hospital management practices, expand operations and transform the facility into a super-specialty hospital. Post alliance, the 360-bed hospital, founded by Ratilal Manilal Nanavati in memory of his grandfather and physician to the royal family of the Gaekwads, will add another 250 beds at a cost of Rs 350 crore and upgrade the existing facilities to match with global standards.
Radiant has also entered into a working arrangement with Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee, for developing and managing the Guru Harkishan Hospital & Medical Research Institute, Ashram in South Delhi, for a period of 30 years. The overall development plan envisages one million square feet of development including a 700 bed super-specialty tertiary healthcare facility along with infrastructure for allied healthcare activities like Research Centre(s), Medical College, etc.