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The Apollo Hospitals Group

Incepted in 1983, The Apollo Hospitals Group is the brainchild of Dr. Prathap C Reddy – a legend known as the architect of modern healthcare in India. He has been conferred the prestigious Padma Vibhushan, India’s second-highest civilian award. As the first corporate hospital in India, Apollo Hospitals has contributed to revolutionizing the private healthcare system in India.

Pioneering as Asia’s leading integrated healthcare service provider, Apollo Hospitals has diversified its operations as:

Incepted in 1983, The Apollo Hospitals Group is the brainchild of Dr. Prathap C Reddy – a legend known as the architect of modern healthcare in India. He has been conferred the prestigious Padma Vibhushan, India’s second highest civilian award. As the first corporate hospital in India, Apollo Hospitals has contributed to revolutionizing the private healthcare system in India.

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Colleges

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for E-Learning

Health
Insurance

Services

Global
Projects
Consultancy

Legacy of ‘The Apollo Hospitals Group’

The pillars of the Apollo Hospitals legacy stand on the following values:

Unstinting Focus on Clinical Excellence

Forward-Looking Research & Academics

Modern
Medical
Technology

World-class Treatment at an Affordable Cost

Apollo Hospitals is the face of modern medical facilities in India for harnessing the power of progressive medical technology and introducing various medical innovations in India. The Apollo Centre, Chennai, has recently commenced South East Asia’s first Proton Therapy Centre. The group has embarked on excellence in healthcare owing to such achievements.

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

After winning the trust of over 150 million patients from 140+ countries, Apollo has exhibited a patient-centric culture. Apollo Hospitals has always taken an extra step to serve society and mankind voluntarily. The group often organizes awareness camps to educate people about preventive healthcare and their well-being. The social initiatives by Apollo Hospitals are as follows:

Honors

To honour Apollo’s contribution to healthcare in India, the Government of India issued a commemorative stamp. It was the first time in India that a healthcare organization was honoured like this. Also, a stamp was issued to commemorate the 15th Anniversary of India’s first liver transplant surgery performed at Apollo Hospitals. Recently, Apollo Hospitals completed 20 million health checkups. So, again, the GoI issued a postal stamp to extend honour for this achievement.