Belagavi based Venugram Hospitals has been listed at the 244th position in the fourth annual Financial Times ranking of 500 of the Asia-Pacific region’s high-growth companies — compiled in partnership with research provider Statista — is the most competitive to date.
In order to be listed in the top 100, a company now needs to show almost 100 per cent revenue growth in its financial statements every year, for three years.
The list ranks entrants from across the region by their compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in revenue between 2017 and 2020 (China has been omitted due to difficulties in verifying data).
Venugram Hospital is NABH Certified (Pre Accreditation Entry Level) & ISO 9001:2015 certified, 100-bed multi-specialty set up in south Belagavi. The hospital is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities including air-conditioned OPDs, 24 x 7 casualty-emergency departments, intensive care units, Modular operation theatres, TMT, ultrasonography, color Doppler, 2D echocardiography, multi-slice CT scan, hi-tech laboratory, Dialysis and 24 hours pharmacy.
Venugram Hospital is a 100-bed multi-specialty hospital set up in south Belagavi. VHPL was established in 2013 by the founder directors with a vision to start a hospital in the southern part of Belagavi city where there was a dire need for a multi-specialty setup. Thus, the idea of Venugram Hospital was born.
As most of the directors are from in and around Belagavi city, they intended the hospital to connect with the very identity of the city and its people. Belagavi has a rich history through centuries and used to be known for its bamboo trees. The sanskrit term for bamboo being “venu” and “grama” meaning village, the ancient name for Belagavi was Venugrama. The name Venugram Hospital imbibes the native affinity and belonging to the people of Belagavi.