The medical company Adonis has begun implementing a strategy for the development of its franchise network.
General Director of the company Vitaliy Hyrin told Interfax-Ukraine that the strategy is being implemented in two formats – a medical center and points for collection of laboratory tests.
“We have two options: a small medical center with an outpatient appointment, or a collection point – a manipulation room. They will work under our Adonis brand and comply with all the rules and requirements of corporate culture. At the same time, we will control our franchisees,” he said.
According to Hyrin, Adons has already attracted three franchise partners to open a large medical center with surgery and two collection points. By the end of the year, it is planned to open up to ten collection points in different regions of the country.
Answering the question of who can be the Adonis franchisee, Hyrin said that it can be “both people from medicine, as well as people from outside the healthcare sector, whom we are ready to accompany and to help.”
“Among our potential franchisees may be medical workers, for example, a doctor who wants to open his office, or a medical facility. We are ready to help at any stage, from obtaining a license to supporting operational activities. Also, our franchisees can be owners of premises who want to develop a medical business in them. In this case, we are ready to help with all medical issues. The only condition: our partner must understand that he will be engaged in the development of his business, this is not about making passive investments,” he said.
Adonis is a network of private full-cycle medical centers for adults and children.
The private clinic Adonis was established over 20 years ago. Its network includes ten branches in Kyiv and the region, including two of its own maternity hospitals and a stem cell laboratory. In the branches of the clinic, doctors conduct appointments in 60 medical directions.
Adonis medical group has launched its own ambulance service.
Adonis told Interfax-Ukraine that its ambulance service has four cars now, including one reanimobile of class C and three cars of class B.
The Adonis ambulance service will also respond to calls to arrive to children aged 0 to 18 years with acute conditions, as well as for transportation to the nearest clinic or a round-the-clock children’s hospital of the clinic.
The medical network clarified that the company does not exclude further expansion of the ambulance service.
The medical network did not specify the volume of investments in the organization of the ambulance service. Earlier it was reported that the Adonis medical group plans to open four branches in 2021.
Adonis is a network of private full-cycle medical centers for adults and children. The private clinic Adonis was founded over 20 years ago. The network includes ten branches in Kyiv and the region, including two of its own maternity hospitals and a stem cell laboratory. In the branches of the clinic, doctors conduct appointments in 60 medical directions.
The Adonis medical group intends to preserve and develop the direction associated with medical tourism, the group’s development director Vitaliy Hyrin has said.
“This is a very promising and for me this is the most interesting direction in business development. We work with platforms and agencies. We have a representative office in various countries. This is a large area of our business,” he said in an interview with Interfax-Ukraine.
According to Hyrin, Adonis’ revenues from medical tourism prior to the COVID-19 epidemic accounted for about a third of the group’s total income.
“At the times prior to COVID-19 pandemic, it was about 35%. When COVID-19 pandemic began, we tried to maintain this direction, pushing it at the expense of other businesses,” he said.
The Adonis medical group of companies plans to open four branches in 2021, Group Development Director Vitaliy Hyrin has said.
“Our plans for 2021 are the opening of four branches in Kyiv region: in Podil, in Sofiyivska Borschahivka, in Pozniaky residential areas and in Bucha. These will all be multidisciplinary clinics, although they will have their own specializations,” he said in an interview with Interfax -Ukraine.
Hyrin also said that Adonis plans to launch its own ambulance service by the end of 2021.
“We want to create an ambulance service for four cars. We are developing the concept of a full-cycle clinic,” he said.
Adonis, a multidisciplinary medical center for adults and children, has been operating since 1997. Currently, Adonis has 10 branches in Kyiv city and the region, including a research laboratory and two maternity hospitals.