Dr Mohan’s Diabetes opens its third centre in Bengaluru
India is slated to become the diabetic capital of world with over 69 million people impacted by diabetes
India’s foremost centre of excellence in diabetes care, Dr Mohan’s Diabetes Specialties Centres, opened its third clinic in Malleswaram, Bengaluru.
India is slated to become the diabetic capital of world with over 69 million people impacted by diabetes. Over 40 million people in India are affected by diabetes. About 15 per cent of the adult population in Bangalore has diabetes.
Dr RM Anjana, managing director, Dr Mohan’s Diabetes Specialties Centre, said, “It is important to spread awareness that unless lifestyle and food habits are changed, diabetes will continue to impact the quality of life and productivity of an individual. We as a group strive to offer excellence in diabetic care by bringing together enhanced expertise and optimized research under one roof.”
Subham Bardhan, CEO, added, “We have plans to expand across the country to facilitate quality diabetes care to the diabetic population across locations.”