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Nephroplus strengthens Philippines foothold with new acquisition

Ehda M. Dagooc - The Freeman

CEBU, Philippines — Multinational dialysis care provider NephroPlus has recently announced its acquisition of Renal Therapy Solutions Inc., (RTSI), a well-known dialysis network with six clinics across the Philippines.

This strategic move further strengthens its position in the Philippines as the third largest dialysis network, with 27 clinics with new coverages in Luzon and Visayas.

“Our shared commitment to improving chronic kidney patient lives through patient-centric, efficient, and quality healthcare is the foundation of our 14-year journey globally and 3-year journey in the Philippines. We remain focused on delivering high quality dialysis to the people of the Philippines. This acquisition marks a significant milestone in NephroPlus’global expansion strategy, solidifying its presence in the Philippines. The addition of RTSI’s six well-established clinics enhances NephroPlus’ ability to reach and serve a broader community, particularly in key locations such as Caloocan, Novaliches, Bacolod, Mindoro, and Bohol,” said Vikram Vuppala, NephroPlus founder and chief executive officer.

With a strong presence in India, Nepal, Uzbekistan, and the Philippines, NephroPlus’ mission is the unwavering commitment to quality guest care where, the organization believes in touching and transforming the lives of people on dialysis, enabling them to lead long, happy, and productive lives.

“In tandem with NephroPlus, our shared mission is to elevate the quality of life for dialysis patients. Together, our commitment is to deliver patient-centric and unparalleled dialysis care, serving the people of the Philippines with excellence.” said Michael Velasco Bernabe.

NephroPlus operates over 400 dialysis clinics in more than 200 cities across four countries and is known for its quality focus and patient-centricity.

The company was established 14 years back with a vision to enable people on dialysis across the world to lead long, happy, and productive lives. The company treats 28,000 patients per month.  — (FREEMAN)

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