TPP are set to collaborate with Brit Healthcare, a consortium of 8 GPs, on the launch of numerous primary care centres in India.

The first centre, opened today in the Greater Noida region, will use TPP’s ‘SystmOne’ clinical software. More than 25,000 Indian citizens are within walking distance of the new Brit Healthcare clinic, in the Zeta 1 sector of the region. The clinic launch is part of a government trade delegation to India, led by Prime Minister, David Cameron. The aim of the trip is to showcase the ‘best of Great Britain’ in an effort to boost relations and increase British exports. 

 Brit Healthcare was launched in 2012 as a partnership of forward thinking GPs and consultants who plan to bring NHS style healthcare to countries abroad. The doctors have used the TPP solution for several years in the Wolverhampton area and when it came to choosing a system for their new venture, there was a clear choice. Dr.Rajnish Mohindroo from Brit Healthcare said “We have no doubt that the collaboration between our clinical expertise and TPP’s software experience will be a successful one for India. There is a desperate need for excellent primary care across the country and we’re committed to providing a real solution for the long term. This clinic will be the first of many we hope to open in India.”

 TPP have been providing clinical systems to the NHS for over 15 years and they currently hold more than 26 million electronic medical records (EMRs) on their cloud based software. In January the company announced that they were exploring opportunities abroad with the help of UK Trade & Investment. They will partner with numerous British companies to ensure SystmOne is available to clinicians around the world.

 TPP’s Founder & CEO, Frank Hester, said the company was delighted to be exporting SystmOne abroad. “There really are some fantastic British companies out there and to be part of this delegation shows we truly are one of best British businesses in healthcare. I’m certain this collaboration with Brit Healthcare will be one of many partnerships that will allow us to deliver world-class healthcare to those who need it most.”