Apollo Health City, Hyderabad in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
Today, Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad has risen to be on par with the best in the world, in terms of technical expertise, deliverables and outcomes. It has now evolved into a one of a kind institution, the Apollo Health City, Hyderabad, which is the first health city in Asia and a perfect example of an integrated healthcare system offering solutions across the healthcare space. A 350 bedded multi-specialty hospital with over 50 specialties and super-specialties, 10 Centers of Excellence, education, research, information technology, all in one sprawling campus creates an environment dedicated to healing.
Apollo Health City, Hyderabad covers the entire spectrum from illness to wellness and is thus a health city and not a medical city. Institutes for Heart Diseases, Cancer, Joint Diseases, Emergency, Renal Diseases, Neurosciences, Eye and Cosmetic Surgery are all centers of excellence and are positioned to offer the best care in the safest manner to every patient
Apart from patient care, each of these Centers of Excellence spend a significant amount of time in training and research essentially aimed at preventing disease, improving outcomes when the disease does occur.
Most of the consultants at the Health city have international experience either educational, work experience – related or observational. The average staff to patient ratio for the hospital is 3:1 with a 1:1 ratio prevailing in priority areas like the Intensive Care Unit and the Cardiac Care Unit.
- Apollo Hospitals was ranked the best multi-speciality hospital in Hyderabad by the THE WEEK-A C Nielsen, Best Hospital Survey 2013.
- Apollo Healthcity, Hyderabad handles close to 100,000 patients a year. International patients from Tanzania, the USA, the UAE, Kenya, Oman and neighbouring Asian countries are treated by the hospital every year.
- Apollo Health City, Hyderabad announced the successful completion of its 700th Cochlear Implant.
- Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad successfully treats a critically ill eleven day old baby with a complex and rare cardiac surgery – a first of its kind in India.