Senior Moment

Rai, Saritha
September 2008
Forbes Asia;9/15/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p64
The article discusses the building of senior citizens' homes by hospital chains and other companies, to serve affluent Indians and those returning from overseas. Indian companies like Apollo Hospitals and Fortis Healthcare Ltd. plan to open a series of elder care home with infrastructure matching the Western countries. The first community is set to be launched in Amritsar, India and offers comfortable lifestyle with 650-square-foot living units and full health care backup for a $250 monthly fee.


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