Indian passport health service has become the number one health care provider in the country, according to the latest Global Health Rankings.
The rankings are based on the number of new doctors, nurses, and therapists entering the country every month.
The service is widely regarded as the safest healthcare system in the nation.
In the latest rankings, India has become number one in the health care field.
In 2016, India ranked ninth.
The country ranked seventh in the global ranking of health care providers.
India ranked third in 2016 for the number and quality of physicians and nurses entering the Indian health system, and ranked fifth for the quality of its nurse practitioners.
India ranks first in the number, quality, and number of healthcare professionals per 1,000 people in the Indian healthcare system.
The country’s health service ranks second in the overall rankings of the world’s health care system, behind only Switzerland.
The health care service also ranks fifth in the World Health Organization’s index of health systems, ahead of Denmark, Australia, and Israel.
India’s passport health system also ranks third in the index.
India ranks third worldwide in the amount of new healthcare professionals entering the health system every month, with nearly 2,400 new healthcare workers entering the system every day.
India also ranks seventh in terms of total number of doctors and nurses in the healthcare system, ahead on average of all countries, according the ranking.
The Indian passport healthcare service ranks third overall in the rankings of global health care systems, behind the United Kingdom, the United States, and Germany.