Counted among Asia’s leading healthcare providers today, Apollo Hospitals Group has scripted one of the most magnificent stories of success that India has seen. Born as a 150-bed hospital in 1983, the Group has blossomed into a global health care system by itself, with an expanding footprint in the Country and overseas. The Group’s futuristic vision has ensured that it continues to be in a position of strength at every touch point of the healthcare delivery chain.

For the next phase of development is to ‘Touch a Billion Lives.’

Our 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 also pioneered the sensibility of Tender Loving Care (TLC) which continues to inspire hope, warmth and a sense of ease in patients and their families.

True to its founding principles, the Apollo Group has made quality, affordable healthcare accessible to all. Currently, the Group caters to 10,000 beds across 61 hospitals in India, rest of Asia and Africa. While it delivers neighbourhood care through 80+ clinics, it renders gynec, maternity and infant care services through 4 women & child hospitals. With 1,600 pharmacies, 115 telemedicine units across 9 countries, health insurance services, global projects consultancy, 15 academic institutions and a Research Foundation, the Apollo Group is indeed a prolific chapteradder in the history of Indian healthcare. The Group attracts more than
100,000 footfalls a day and cumulatively, has served more than 37 million people hailing from about 125 countries till date.

The Group has thus far handled over 750,000 major surgeries, 1 million minor surgeries and 9.5 million Preventive Health Checks. It runs the world’s largest organ transplant program with 7000+ Kidney transplants, 500+ Bone Marrow transplants and 800+ Liver transplants concluded till date. Its proven clinical excellence has earned 8 JCI accredited hospitals and 2 Harvard Business School case studies for Apollo Hospitals Group.