Soalni's model aims to provide healthcare at the minimum cost by cutting on five-star services that are not required by lower-income patients and which often add to the cost of treatment in a patient’s bill while not compromising on quality treatment. This model will be instituted through a chain of hospitals, which will also be connected to a chain of clinics and pharmacies around India.
While Soalni Healthcare is currently only running one hospital as a pilot project in Palwal, India, named Om Spero Hospital, they plan to set up a chain of 50 hospitals, under the Spero Hospital brand, in lower-income cities across India over a period of 10 years - each hospital will have 125 to 150 beds.
The hub of Soalni’s delivery system will be these 120+ bed hospitals providing secondary care. These hospitals will provide comprehensive one-stop services broadly covering critical care and internal medicine, trauma and orthopedics, obstetrics / gynecology& pediatrics, surgery& MIS, Eye/ENT etc. and will have round the clock Emergency services, multi-specialty OPD, with a quality diagnostic center, imaging services and a full-service lab and a blood bank.
Soalni's clinics will be standardized with stringent norms of services, facilities and manpower. Each clinic will be manned by a full complement staff led by a qualified doctor. It will provide quality diagnostic services, low cost medicines directly from manufacturers, biometric tracking of patient history, internet link to specialists, and affordable payment options with arrangements with medical insurance firms.
Soalni pharmacies supply high standard generic drugs from reputed pharmaceutical houses. These drugs are 30-40 % cheaper than market prices. A centralized inventory ensures uninterrupted supply of all essential and life saving drugs even at the remotest of places.