India has emerged as one of the fastest-growing healthcare markets. Healthcare as a whole has become one of the largest sectors in terms of employment and revenue and nearly 80% of MedTech sector sales in India continue to emanate through imports. Mr. Sanjoy Mukherjee, CEO SI Surgicals, believes that there is a huge demand for medical equipment, yet India lacks in developing a fully home-grown industry.
According to the Approach Paper to National Medical Device Policy 2022, the high-technology medical devices market is nearly completely served by foreign multinationals. With the aim to provide world-class medical equipment at very competitive prices, Mr. Sanjoy Mukherjee began manufacturing medical equipment and hospital furniture, under the brand name SI Surgical.
Medicine is a living science and in recent times, healthcare innovators have brought artificial intelligence algorithms to match the unparalleled demands. While the pandemic pressurized the modern healthcare systems, the industry’s response has vividly demonstrated its resilience. The Kolkata-based company, SI Surgical Corporation has revolutionized medical equipment and hospital furniture. Since its inception in 2006, it has now reinforced its position with the export and import of medical equipment and furniture. With more than a decade of innovation, it constantly invests in R&D to provide premium quality products.
Presently, SI Surgicals prides to be a leading manufacturer of hospital furniture, OT equipment, patient monitor, anesthesia and workstation, hysteroscopy, laparoscopy, urology, orthopedic, NICU equipment, electrosurgical, ultrasonic scalpel system, surgical instruments, arthroscope, defibrillator, ENT equipment, modular OT, XY Ray & CARM, sterilization & CSSD, Dialysis, ventilator, air sterilizer, pathology, sonoscape ultrasound, and sonoscape endoscopy.
Medica colleges, private medical institutes, NHPC, Ministry of AYUSH, Indian Airforce, South Western Railways, Northeast Frontier Railways have availed SI Surgical’s equipment and benefitted.