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Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited

  • 12,000 beds
  • 71 hospitals
  • +8,500 doctors
  • Total income stood at Rs. 11,247 crore (US$ 1.60 billion) in FY20
  • Leading retail healthcare network

Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited is a healthcare provider. It is engaged in offering healthcare services and operating standalone pharmacies. The company's segments include healthcare, pharmacy, and others. The healthcare segment consists of hospitals, hospital-based pharmacies, and projects and consultancy services. Its tertiary care hospitals provide care in over 50 specialties, including cardiac sciences, oncology, neurosciences, critical care, orthopaedics, radiology, gastroenterology, and transplant. The company also provides project consultancy services, health insurance services, education and training programs, and research services. It also operates birthing centers, day surgery centers and dental clinics.

As Asia’s largest and most trusted healthcare group, it includes 10,261 beds across 71 hospitals, has 3766 pharmacies, over 200 primary care and diagnostic clinics, and 148 plus telemedicine centres.

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Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited: Touching Lives

2019 Launched Apollo ProHealth – a first-of-its-kind predictive, proactive and comprehensive health management program
Apollo BGS Hospitals is in association with Rotary Mysore, which has organised an organ donation drive “Punarjanma”
Start its first emergency care centre in Nanjangud city
2017-18 Apollo Children's Hospital, Chennai launched a first of its kind comprehensive, one-stop clinic for rare diseases.
2012 First of its kind Dental Wellness Centre in India, the white, luxury dental spa launched.
2010 M-health services launched.
2007 Apollo Hospitals Group partnered with Munich Health, a world leader in the field of health insurance to launch Apollo Munich.
2003-04 Apollo Hospitals, Chennai was rated 'Best Private Sector Hospital' in India by The Week magazine for 2003 and again in 2004.
2000 First telemedicine facility in the country was inaugurated by Bill Clinton, President of USA at Aragonda, Andhra Pradesh.
1993 Apollo hospitals launched the 24 hour ambulance service.
1988 First pharmacy retail outlet in Chennai.
1983-84 Apollo Hospitals was inaugurated in 1983 by Shri Giani Zail Singh (President of India). The first Apollo Hospital was in Chennai. The hospital commenced commercial operations the next year.


Updated: May, 2019

The Government of India is planning to increase public health spending to 2.5 per cent of the country's GDP by 2025.