The top three hospitals in India’s fastest-growing state are all owned by one man

India’s top three private hospitals are all controlled by one individual, according to a new report.

The Times of Ireland found the state’s top private hospitals were all owned and operated by Gautam Adani and his family.

The report, titled India’s Biggest Health Care Bubble, found that the state had about 1,600 hospitals, compared with 4,000 for the US and 7,500 for Germany.

The state’s largest private hospital, Tata Memorial Medical College in Mumbai, has 2,500 beds and has been in operation for more than 60 years.

The top three public hospitals in the state are also owned by Adani, the Times of Canada said.

The top private hospital in Gujarat, JNU, has more than 3,000 beds and was opened in 1996.

Adani, who has also been linked to a controversial plan to build an Indian version of Disneyland in California, is one of India’s richest men.

He and his company, Adani Group, have spent billions on a number of projects, including a proposed $3.5 billion hotel and resort in India.

He has made an estimated $1.8 billion profit from his investments in the country’s largest public hospital system, the Maharashtra State Medical College of Medicine.

In India, the private sector is also expected to dominate healthcare.

There are more than 20,000 private health insurance companies in India, according the Ministry of Health.

Adanis health empire has made huge profits in the past two decades.

It has invested more than $4 billion in infrastructure and has built a new hospital in Mumbai that is one-third the size of the existing one.

In 2015, the company was awarded $1 billion in loan guarantees by the government, which is expected to help the company make loans to build new hospitals and build a new campus in Mumbai.

But India’s healthcare system has suffered from a number health crises, with the country suffering the worst pandemic in modern times.

In 2016, the World Health Organization said India’s health system was “the most fragile” in the world.

In the wake of the pandemic, the government has promised to reduce costs and improve the quality of care by 2020.

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