Known as the national capital of India, Delhi features a rich healthcare and medical industry that offers top-class medical facilities. With more than 400 public and private healthcare hospitals, nearly 300 diagnostic centers, and numerous healthcare clinics, Delhi has witnessed a considerable rise in the past few decades.
Along with a wide range of hospitals, Delhi also features an array of laboratories where professionals use the latest technologies and world-class equipment to conduct comprehensive tests and deliver accurate results.
With the advancements and growing infrastructure, the air quality of tier-1 cities like Delhi is degrading with each passing day, leading to diseases like asthma, sinuses, goiter, diabetes, and others. Apart from these, there are common seasonal diseases such as dengue and malaria, which majorly occur during monsoons due to exposed conditions