Jupiter Life Line has a combined bed capacity of 1,194 hospital beds across three hospitals in Thane, Pune, and Indore as of March 31, 2023.
Their hospitals have over 30 specialized medical fields, including organ transplant, oncology, orthopedics, cardiology, pediatrics, neurology, neurosurgery, and specialized quaternary services. Cutting-edge treatments like brachytherapy, radiotherapy, robotic knee replacement, and robotic neurorehabilitation are also offered.
The Thane and Indore hospitals offer neuro-rehabilitation services through a dedicated robotic and computer-assisted neuro-rehabilitation center.
The Thane hospital was also honored with the Midday's Iconic Center for Neurology and Rehabilitation Award at International Health & Wellness Icons. It is also home to one of the few multi-organ transplant centers in Thane.
The hospital served 447,573 patients in 2021, 645,446 in 2022, and 773,937 in 2023, combining inpatient and outpatient care. Their healthcare team comprises 1,306 doctors, 1,416 nurses, and 1,585 other professionals as of March 31, 2023.
Across their three hospitals, they provide an operational bed capacity of 950 beds as of March 31, 2023.
Each of these hospitals has achieved certification from NABH and accreditation in medical testing by NABL. Furthermore, the Thane hospital has also earned the NABH Safe-I certification and the NABH 'Nursing Excellence' accreditation.
Their revenue from operations displayed growth, increasing by 50.80% from Rs. 486.16 crore in 2021 to Rs. 733.12 crore in 2022 and further by 21.75% to Rs. 892.54 crore in 2023.
The company heavily relies on its Thane hospital for revenue. Any issues affecting the hospital in Thane or changes in the economic or political environment in western India, especially around Thane, could significantly harm the company's financial condition.
There are ongoing legal disputes against the company, its promoters, directors, and subsidiaries.
In 2021, the company recorded a loss of Rs. 2.30 crore, mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, its subsidiaries have experienced losses and negative cash flows.
The company faces risks related to handling personal information, including medical data.
The company's bed occupancy rates are lower than most hospitals, which may require offering services at discounted rates to attract patients.
Maintaining the right doctor-patient ratio is essential for the company's operations. A shortfall in this ratio could adversely affect business and financial conditions.
As of March 31, 2023, the company had substantial borrowings of Rs. 476.37 crore.