About Apollo Hospitals - Hyderabad
Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad
In 1988, Apollo Hospitals in Hyderabad initially welcomed visitors. It was created with the goal of providing people with access to top-notch healthcare and was founded on the principles of quality, knowledge, empathy, and innovation.
Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad, has become the most known and trustworthy integrated health city in Asia today, focusing on the full range of sickness to wellness and holistic therapy, almost three decades after it first opened.
At Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad, there is never an idle moment. The hospital sees a large number of pharmacy walk-ins, admissions, extreme emergencies, and wellness consultations every day. Every second spent in the hospital is committed by doctors and personnel providing a wide range of services, including organ transplants, cardiac surgery, dialysis, CT scans, and MRIs, all at a fraction of the cost outside.
Apollo Hospitals Founders & Team:
The visionary founder and current chairman of Apollo Hospitals, Prathap C Reddy, is widely credited with creating modern Indian healthcare. The best way to characterize him is as a compassionate humanitarian who devoted his life to putting top-notch healthcare within the means and reach of millions of people.
Dr. Reddy has been a tireless advocate for healthcare throughout India's history. He used technology and insurance to make healthcare accessible to all. He was always the visionary. The notion of "Healthcare for All" was verified by the innovative success of telemedicine and cutting-edge insurance in Aragonda, the first V-SAT equipped distant hamlet in Andhra Pradesh. He also developed the innovative Apollo Reach Hospitals model, which brings top-notch medical care to semi-urban and rural areas. This plan has brought health right to the heart of India.
Apollo Hospitals Departments:
Apollo Hospitals Equipments and Services:
Bio-medical Waste Data
Health Advisory COVID-19
Preventive Health Checks
Anaesthesia & Intensive Care
Day Care Specialists
Apollo Hospitals Awards and Recognitions:
Listed here are some of the awards and recognitions received by Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad:
2022: Hyderabad's Apollo Hospitals received the Best Medical Tourism Facilities Award. The award was conferred in New Delhi by HE Shri. Jagdeep Dhankhar, Vice President of India, and HE Shri. G. Kishan Reddy, Hon'ble Minister of Tourism, Government of India.
Hyderabad's Apollo Hospitals in Jubilee Hills received the ET Now Award for 2021.
2021: During COVID-19, the Economic Times Healthcare Award for Excellence in Hospital Management was given to Apollo Hospitals in Hyderabad.
The most trusted hospitals in India, according to the Reader's Digest Trusted Brand Study 2021, are Apollo Hospitals in Chennai, Delhi, Navi Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, and Lucknow.
Bhagat Singh Koshyari, the Governor of Maharashtra, recognized Apollo Hospitals in Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, and Hyderabad as the Best Hospitals in India at the 18th edition of THE WEEK's Best Hospitals of India.
Association of Healthcare Providers, India (AHPI) awarded “Best Hospital to work” to Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad, 2020.
In the All India Multispeciality Hospital Study 2021, which was done by Times Health Survey, Apollo Hospitals in Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Kolkata took the top 9 spots.
Apollo Hospitals thrive not only to serve the best health facilities to its patients but also to give hands to support for the betterment of humanity. So listed here are some of the CSR activities:
Apollo Foundation: Through a variety of charitable endeavors and partnerships, the Apollo Foundation works to improve the health of humanity. The ideology of the organization is guided by founder and chair Dr. Prathap C. Reddy's Whole Health Cycle: to screen, diagnose, treat, educate, and empower. The Foundation serves over a lakh people in urban, rural, and tribal settings across the whole nation. It brings together various factors that contribute to overall well-being, including promoting preventive and curative healthcare, altering one's lifestyle and behaviour, improving one's diet, access to life-saving and life-preserving services, education, and learning, developing one's skills, and constructing local infrastructure.
Billion Hearts Beating: Apollo Hospitals Group supports Billion Hearts Beating Foundation. The non-profit Billion Hearts Beating Foundation seeks to improve a billion lives by providing services based on respect, dignity, and empathy. Its work is defined by three projects: By conducting health clinics and providing medications, Project Aushad offers medical help to elderly people living in their homes. For people and organizations involved in public service, Project Prashikshan offers courses on basic life support (BLS); Project Suraksha provides healthcare professionals with tools to save lives. Also, the organization operates critical care facilities in a few populated locations of public concern.
Total Health: The corporate social responsibility program of Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd is called Whole Health. Programs cover the individual's and the community's physical, mental, social, ecological, and spiritual health. According to founder-chairman Dr. Prathap C. Reddy, the approach seeks to provide comprehensive healthcare for entire communities, "from womb to tomb." It has the capacity to be copied all over the world for general community development and wellness. Now, Total Health serves the tribal districts of the Amrabad Tiger Reserve in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh as well as the rural areas of Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh.
SACHi: A non-profit organization called Saving A Child's Health Initiative (SACHi) was founded on the idea that every kid has an equal right to get high-quality medical treatment. In the past, the program assisted kids in getting the best free heart care India had to offer. Today, child specialists from Apollo Hospitals donate their time and knowledge to help children in need and make a difference in their lives. Also, the group provides quarterly shipments of medications and dietary supplements to children's families....