NH Foundation Overview
The Narayana Hrudayalaya Foundation’s main aim is to cultivate a diverse community of nurses and physicians who set the highest standards of patient care, who are recognized for their excellence; with diploma, graduate, and post-graduate programs in Nursing, Physiotherapy, and Allied Sciences. Each of these programs is affiliated with the Indian Nursing Council, Karnataka Nursing Council, the Paramedical Board Karnataka, and the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences.
Narayana Hrudayalaya takes its name from Narayana Health that is headquartered in Bengaluru, India. It is made up of a widespread network of hospitals that strive to make affordable world-class healthcare available to all. The Narayana Health , with an exceptionally strong presence in the eastern and southern states of India, is also starting to make its way to central, west, and north India.
According to the World Bank, in just 12 years there will be a need for over 80 million healthcare workforce over the world. Most of the healthcare professionals will come from English speaking developing countries. We have a great opportunity in India to create 5 million additional global healthcare workforce who are trained to appear for any entrance examinations of first world countries. Our intention is to train nurses, physiotherapists, and paramedics suitable for employment in USA, Europe and other developed countries where the remuneration is disproportionately high.
Dr. Rajendra Kachawa
Prof. Jessy Jacob