Onco 360

Comprehensive & complete 360 degree, Onco project solutions

Our 360 Degree Services for Onco Projects

  • Feasibility Study
  • Radiotherapy Machine Purchase & Liasioning
  • Radiotherapy Machine Installation & AERB approvals
  • Project Report
  • DBR ( Design basis report )
  • Infrastructure liasioning
  • End-to-End Planning & Design
  • Compliance Implementation
  • Licensing & Liasioning
  • Human Resource Management
  • Post Launch Operations
  • Transition Management
  • Finance & Tax Planning
  • Histopathology setup


Dr Azhar Khan

Business Development, Feasibility, Project Management, & Operations Expert of Cancer Hospitals

He has 15 years of experience in the health care industry. Dr Azhar Nayak leverages his expertise in Distributed comprehensive cancer care & Rural oncology hospitals planning & designing esp in association with Govt Schemes. Oncology business development & Strategy, Health care operations.

Urvish Patel

Hospital End-to-End Planning & Design, Turnkey Solutions

As one of the directors, steers company towards its mission and goals. Passionate about 360 degree patient experience, oversees 45+ hospital planning & design projects, from 20 bed hospital to 1200 multispeciality hospital & medical college campus. Also assists clients with strategic business planning, and marketing.

Meeta Patel

Finance, Project Management, & Operations Expert of Cancer Hospitals

As one of the directors, steers company towards its mission and goals. Passionate about quality & accreditation, hospital planning & design,
360 degree patient experience,& healthcare technology. NABH Assessor, 400+ sucessful accreditations done under her leadership. Auditor – JCI, AACI, QAI.

Our Projects

Adarsh hospital & Medical college campus

Scope : End-to-end planning & design ( Master planning, Architecture, MEPFG, Interior, Structure, landscape.

1200 bed multispeciality hospital, Medical college, auditorium, canteens, food court, hostels, sports complex,1bhk, 2 bhk, 23 acre master planning.

SMT Shardaben. R. Shah. Memorial Hospital

Scope : End-to-end planning & design + Turnkey

350+ bed, JCI, NABH compliant multispeciality hospital with 1bhk and 2bhk staff quarters, VIP stay homes, and more…

Challenges of Onco Projects

Building a cancer hospital can be a complex and challenging process that requires significant resources, expertise, and planning. Here are some of the challenges that can arise in building a cancer hospital:


One of the biggest challenges in building a cancer hospital is securing funding. Cancer hospitals are typically large, complex facilities that require significant investment in equipment, staffing, and infrastructure. Finding the necessary funding can be difficult, and may require partnerships with government agencies, philanthropic organizations, or private investors.


The location of the hospital is also an important consideration. Cancer hospitals need to be located in areas that are easily accessible to patients, but also close to other healthcare facilities and research institutions. Finding a suitable location can be a challenge, especially in urban areas where real estate is at a premium.

Regulations and permits: 

Building a cancer hospital requires compliance with a wide range of regulations and permits. These can include zoning, building codes, environmental regulations, and healthcare licensing requirements. Compliance with these regulations can be time-consuming and costly, and failure to comply can result in delays or even the cancellation of the project.


Cancer hospitals require highly skilled and specialized staff, including oncologists, radiologists, nurses, and support staff. Recruiting and retaining these staff members can be a challenge, especially in areas where there is a shortage of healthcare workers.


Cancer hospitals require state-of-the-art technology, including imaging equipment, radiation therapy machines, and diagnostic tools. Keeping up with the latest technology can be a challenge, as it requires significant investment and ongoing training for staff.

Patient care: 

Finally, building a cancer hospital requires a strong focus on patient care. This means providing a comfortable and supportive environment for patients and their families, as well as access to a wide range of supportive services, such as counseling, palliative care, and survivorship programs. Achieving this level of patient care requires a multidisciplinary team approach and a commitment to ongoing quality improvement.



One solution to funding challenges is to partner with government agencies or philanthropic organizations. This can help provide access to grants, loans, or other sources of funding. Private investors may also be interested in investing in a cancer hospital, especially if they see the potential for a return on their investment.


Finding a suitable location can be aided by conducting thorough research on the demographics of the area, identifying potential sites, and assessing the infrastructure and resources available. Working with local community organizations and government agencies can also help identify potential locations.

Regulations and permits: 

Engaging experienced legal and regulatory professionals can help navigate the complex regulatory environment. It is important to plan ahead, identify requirements, and ensure compliance at every stage of the project.


To attract and retain highly skilled staff, cancer hospitals can provide competitive compensation and benefits packages, offer ongoing education and training opportunities, and foster a positive work environment that supports work-life balance.


Cancer hospitals can stay up-to-date with the latest technology by investing in ongoing research and development, forming partnerships with technology companies, and collaborating with other healthcare institutions.

Patient care: 

Providing a patient-centered environment requires ongoing attention to patient feedback, developing strong patient and family support programs, and implementing a multidisciplinary approach to care. Oncology nursing and social work professionals can play an important role in this process by advocating for patient needs and providing emotional support to patients and families.

Hospital planning & design insights

Evidence based hospital planning & design

At Medigence, hospital planning, design, and project consulting, concepts are continuously evolving and innovating. Instead of simply copying best practices from other hospitals, we believe in treating each hospital project in a unique way. And consider its own unique set of character, requirements, strengths, weakness, and challenges. Because of that, our customized planning and design, ensures prevention of systemic flaws, and delivery of a great patient experience.


Hospital planning, based on experience, research and innovation​

45+ hospital planning, design, and turn key solution projects.

We manage hospital planning, design, and project consulting, projects across all western states of India. With a strong network of architects, and vendors, we deploy inclusive and effective project management system. This ensures timely, cost effective, and accurate project delivery.