Apollo Hospitals is committed to treating patients with medical expertise and compassion Set up on 15 acres of land, the Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals brings together some of the most talented medical professionals from all over the world, with the best of technology and an excellent working environment.
This 695-bed hospital provides world-class healthcare facilities, with 50 super-specialties. With a total of 19 operation theatres, and Indraprastha Apollo offers the latest medical technologies and techniques.
As part of the Apollo Hospitals Group, committed to delivering healthcare of international standards, the Indraprastha Apollo has a dedicated team to ensure the highest standards of patient care.
Apollo Hospitals are also available in Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Chennai, Colombo and Hyderabad.It is India's first hospital to perform and angioplasty in 1989.
First successful case in Asia for Directional coronary arthectomy.
Performed first four cases in the country for rotablators for coronary occlusion.
Successful completion of 20,000 open heart surgeries with 98.50 per cent success.
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Apollo Cancer Hospital
Apollo Cancer Hospital, Chennai is the first hospital in the country to be awarded the ISO 9002 certificate. Special surgeons for individual organs supported by reconstructive and plastic surgeons of repute provide treatment for head and neck cancer, breast cancer and malignancies. Facilities offered include tele-therapy, which includes simulation work stations to ensure high precision and safety during treatment at the 18 MV linear accelerator or telecobalt machines, brachy therapy and 3-D planning systemsThe programme objective of Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai is two fold
To spread awareness on Cancer and cancer screening
To provide psychological and emotional support for diagnosed cancer patients
The Apollo Cancer Support Group' will provide support psychological and emotional to cancer patients. ACSG members include cancer survivors and people who wish to offer their services on a voluntary basis. The activities of the group will include spending quality time with patients at the hospital, reading from scriptures and religious books, counseling cancer patients and provide moral support for newly diagnosed patients.