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Estimate the number of hospitals in Delhi

Updated: Nov 18, 2022

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  9. Estimate the number of hospitals in Delhi

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In this estimation question we have analysed the market size of the number of hospitals in Delhi. Check out the step-by-step answer created by Mobiprep experts.

Estimation Question Step-1: Segmentation


types of hospitals

Segmentation of population of Delhi

Now, assume we have a bed for every 1000 person = 5500000/1000 = 5500 beds

Assuming, 50 beds per hospital = 5500/50 = 110 hospitals

Therefore, number of private hospitals are approximately 110.

Estimation Question Step-2: Solution

Types of government hospitals

Therefore, total number of govt. operated hospitals = 105+210 = 315 hospitals

Number of charitable hospitals = 1 per legislative assembly seat

So, = 1x70 = 70 hospitals

Therefore, total number of hospitals in Delhi = 110+315+70 = 495 hospitals (approximately)

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