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Foreign OPD appoints Dr Simon Taylor, consultant hepatologist in India

Our Bureau, Mumbai
Tuesday, January 21, 2020, 16:45 Hrs  [IST]

Foreign OPD -India's first and only medical healthcare brand, that enables face2face second medical opinion consultations appointed Dr. Simon Taylor, consultant hepatologist from Imperial College London, in India. This is a milestone achieved where a top level medical expert is coming down to India to cater to the growing demand of patients, that too at an affordable price.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Inder Maurya, founder & CEO said, "We are happy to bring Dr. Simon Taylor an eminent faculty from the Imperial College, London, to India. Our country is poised to avail of these kind of service level innovations in Healthcare. Foreign OPD sees that the best of the best and world class 2nd medical opinion can be made available to patients suffering from chronic diseases and are unable to fly to International shores to seek such consultation if they discern. It is a paradigm shift in terms of how Healthcare is consumed in India and we are proud to assume a pioneering role.

Currently catering to 25,000 patients through pan-India reach, Foreign OPD has 100+ international consultants on board from the best of the global fraternity along with a stellar list of 150+ Indian doctors as well. The current therapeutic areas covered are - hepatology, oncology, CVTS, organ transplant, neurology. and plans to expand to over 25 sub-specialties, going forward.

Dr. Simon Taylor, consultant hepatologist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK said, "I am extremely happy to come to India and associate with Foreign OPD. The Medical & Healthcare sector is extremely professional in India and there are several innovative leaps that the country has taken in this direction which makes them on a par with global best practices. World over, the 2nd medical opinion is a pressing need, given the increasing complexity of modern medicine and these are concrete steps being taken in that direction.

The global Medical Second Opinion market was valued at $2.7 billion in 2018. It is expected to reach $7.10 billion by end-2024, growing at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 28 per cent.

 

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