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Located at Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Colombo & Kolkata
The Apollo Hospitals Group is today recognized as the "Architect of Healthcare" in India. Its history of accomplishments, with its unique ability of resource management and able deployment of technology and knowledge to the service of mankind, justifies its recognition in India and abroad. Their mission is "to bring healthcare of international standards within the reach of every individual. We are committed to the achievement and maintenance of excellence in education, research and healthcare for the benefit of humanity"
Apollo's capabilities have received international acclaim resulting in the replication of its Indian models at international locations. Apollo group is also in talks with private healthcare groups and government authorities in Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Mauritius, Yemen, Muscat, Bahrain, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand and other neighboring countries to establish its presence.
World Class Clinical Efficiencies :
Among the few providers of quaternary care for complicated medical conditions, Apollo saves millions of lives everyday
Touched the lives of over 10 million patients till date.
Over 4,00,000 Preventive Health checks done.
Has the largest and the most sophisticated sleep laboratories in the World.
Has pioneered orthopedic procedures like Total Hip and knee replacements, the Illizarov procedure, and the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing technique.
Has performed over 750,000 major surgeries and over 10,00,000 minor surgical procedures till date.
Has performed over 49,000 cardiac surgeries at a 98.5% success rate.
Has performed over 2,00,000 angiograms, 16,200 angoplasties (PTCA) and 3,500 mitral balloon valvuoplasities.
First heart transplant patient is alive, 7 years after the operation.
Has performed over 9,400 renal transplants.
130 Bone Marrow Transplants performed at high success rates.
Over 30 Liver transplants done (Live and cadaver)
Has over 4,000 specialists and super specialists, 3,000 medical officers spanning 53 clinical departments in patient care.
International Affiliations :
Apollo Hospitals is recognized as a training centre by the National Board of Examination in India for post-graduate training in 16 medical departments.
The Department of Radiology at Apollo is recognized by the Royal College of Radiologists, United Kingdom for training for fellowship examinations like FRCR.
Recognized as a centre for conducting research work leading to Ph.D. of the Anna University, Chennai, in medical physics and digital signal processing.
Apollo Hospitals is recognized by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Edinburgh for training postgraduates in radiology, surgery and trauma care.
Apollo Hospitals is the only International training organization for the American Heart Association Technical support from Texas Heart institute and Minneapolis Heart Institute for Cardiology and Cardio Thoracic surgery.
Apollo Hospitals has exchange programs with the Hospitals in the US and Europe.
Apollo Hospitals have an association with Mayo Clinic & Cleveland Heart Institute, USA.
Apollo Hospitals is also associated with Johns Hopkins University.
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