The Apollo Hospitals Group pioneered corporate healthcare in India and among the largest integrated healthcare group in Asia in the past 25 years. The Apollo Group owns and manages over 8000 beds across 43 hospitals, 700+ pharmacies and 60+ clinics. It was the first group of Indian hospitals to be accredited by Joint Commission International, USA.
Four of the Apollo Hospitals Group are accredited by Joint Commission International, USA
JCI assesses through a rigorous on site survey process, a healthcare provider’s quality in the following key areas
Access to health care
Health Assessment and care processes
Education and rights of individuals
Management of information and human resources
Safety of facility
Collaborative integrated management
Education & Rights of Patients
Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi is spread over 12
acres of land and has a built-up area of 600,000
square feet. A joint venture between the Apollo Hospitals
Group and the Government of Delhi, it was founded in
1996. It is the largest hospital of the Apollo Group and
was built at a cost of 44 million US dollars.
With a bed-capacity of 560 (including 140 ICU beds and 44 HDU beds)
and 14 Operation Theatres, expert medical
professionals and the latest technology, the
Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals is the automatic choice for
outstanding healthcare in the country’s capital.
The hospital says it handles close to 200,000 patients a
year, of which 12,000 are international patients.
International patients come to Indraprastha Apollo
from the USA, UK, Europe, Middle East, Australia, Yemen, Africa and CIS countries, among other countries.
"Our goal is to bring medi-care based on international standards within the reach of every individual."
Dr. Prathap C. Reddy Chairman, Apollo Hospitals Group