Narayana Health Urges All to Find the Superhero Within them in its New Campaign

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Narayana Health, India’s leading healthcare chain, today unveiled a new digital campaign to celebrate will-power, love and support. Narrated from a cancer survivor’s point of view it urges everyone to find the Superhero within them. This campaign brings out the beauty of life. It showcases how through determination and support from our loved ones, we can not only overcome the toughest of the challenges, but we can even achieve our dreams.


Narayana Health Urges All to Find the Superhero Within them

A still from Narayana Health’s #SuperNHero campaign


Speaking about the campaign Mr. Ashish Bajaj, Chief Marketing Officer, Narayana Health, said, “We often undermine our self-belief that curtails one from exploring their full potential. We want to instil the importance of self-belief, find the superhero in you, backed with grit and determination, as well as acknowledge the magic of the love from our near and dear ones can create in our lives. We want to do our bit towards encouraging positive living.”


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The campaign went on air on 13th October, 2022.


Equipped with 3 centres of excellence and 60 beds, Narayana Health has been in the forefront of cancer care since 2000.


About Narayana Health

With all super-speciality tertiary care facilities that the medical world offers, Narayana Health is a one-stop healthcare destination for all. Founded by Dr. Devi Shetty and headquartered in Bengaluru, Narayana Health group is the second largest health care provider in the country in terms of operational bed count. The first facility was established with approximately 225 operational beds in year 2000 at NH Health City in Bengaluru. The Company today operates a chain of multispecialty tertiary and primary healthcare facilities across a network of 23 hospitals and 7 heart centres in India and single hospital overseas at Cayman Islands with nearly 5,900 operational beds across all its centres and potential to reach a capacity of over 6,800 beds.


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