"Our mission is to bring healthcare of international standards within the reach of every individual. We are committed to the achivement and maintenance of excellence in education, research and healthcare for the benefit of humanity"
Most essential institutions in society have developed in response to an overwhelming need...
Sixteen years ago, I lost a patient in India who couldn't make it to Texas for an open heart surgery. But now people have the opportunity in India to access the best that healthcare has to offer worldwide. Our state-of-the-art equipment, backed by the world's best professionals, equals those available globally. To that extent, Apollo's mission may have been accomplished.
Fifteen years into being called a pioneer and leader in revolutionizing healthcare in India may have been ample reason, traditionally, to rest on our laurels. Not at Apollo though. We realize that today, people measure companies' strengths by an array of more demanding criteria than just who-came-first. Quite the way Apollo measures itself.
By constantly measuring our deliverables, we have succeeded in creating infrastructure that meets the needs of the future that incorporates the latest technology and provides superior healthcare delivery systems. Our immediate agenda includes setting up of healthcare facilities in all major Indian cities, 23-hour hospitals, pharmacies, a pharmaceuticals business and finally, a Health Maintenance Organization that will give millions of people access to all these facilities. This is an agenda for a country which is seeing rapid growth.
Our mission is also to transcend the realm of curative care. With a new focus on preventive care, Apollo is going beyond medicine to bring health to the individual.
As the 21st century approaches, we stand committed to building an infrastructure that will create an environment that protects and nurtures our future generations.
Dr. Prathap C Reddy Chairman Apollo Hospitals
- First in Eastern India to introduce the concept of 'Full Time Consultants'
- The only hospital in Kolkata with a well-equipped Emergency Department that houses a state-of-the-art Operation Theatre
- First in Kolkata to install the latest version of the Siemens Digital Cath (Axion Artis)
- First in Eastern India to inaugurate a state-of-the-art Laser Clinic for the Department of Dermatology.
- Well-equipped 'Renal Transplant Unit'
Hospital OverviewApollo Gleneagles Hospital is a 325-bed multi-speciality hospital. It is spread across a lush landscape of 8.5 acres and is equipped with the latest generation diagnostic and treatment facilities.
It is a joint venture between Asian healthcare giants Apollo Hospitals and the Parkway Group of Singapore. The hospital serves as a healthcare hub for East and North East India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal and Bhutan.
Apollo Gleneagles provides superior healthcare and facilities in adherence to the most stringent world standards. Our physicians are internationally renowned and have received specialised training at the world's most prestigious universities.
From the best medical treatment and multiple innovations to compassionate nursing and efficient complementary support from diet, housekeeping, etc., Apollo Gleneagles excels at the entire gamut of outstanding healthcare delivery.
Our specialties include
- Round-the-clock Emergency Care
- 24-hour Diagnostic Services like MRI, CT, X-Ray, Ultra Sound, Nuclear Medicine and Neuro Physiology
- 72-bed Intensive Care Unit
- 7 Super-speciality Operation Theatres
- 1 Emergency Operation Theatre with state-of-the-art equipment
- 2 Digital Cath Labs
- 12-bed Dialysis Unit
- Telemedicine Unit
- Blood Bank
- Conducted the first ever 'Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement Surgery' in Eastern India
- First to organise an international conference for Neuro Radiologists on behalf of the Indian Society for Neuro Radiologists (ISNR)
- First to organise a live workshop on CARTO or Electrophysiology Mapping Technique in Eastern India
- Performed the first ever cadaver transplant in Eastern India
- First in Kolkata to perform 'Intravenous Thrombolysis'
Centres of ExcellenceThe Centres of Excellence at the hospital are : -
- Cardiology & Cardiothoracic Surgery
- Neurology and Neurosurgery
Awards and InnovationsNew Avenues of Cardiac Surgery : -
Most of our bypass surgeries are performed off-pump or without using heart lung machines. We even have the expertise to perform complicated surgeries like acquired Ventricular Septal Defects without a CPB.
This reduces complication to a great extent and helps patients recover faster. The use of mammary arteries instead of Saphenous veins of legs does away with long incisions in the legs and provides longer patency of the graft.
Excellent pain management, graded physiotherapy and co-ordinated post-operative care ensure rapid recovery of patients and an early return to normal, active life.
A number of peripheral bypasses have saved several patients from the need for amputations.
Renal Transplant in the youngest patient in Eastern India
Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals have performed a Renal Transplant on the youngest recipient in Eastern India - a seven year-old child. The boy was born with a single kidney, which started malfunctioning after a few years. His deteriorating kidney function took a heavy toll on his tiny body, and he suffered from high blood pressure and multiple medical complications.
A kidney transplant was the only option before the family and his father was found to be matching donor. It was difficult to accommodate an adult kidney in a child who, although 7 years of age, looked hardly 4 or 5.
Connecting adult arteries (average cross-section of 9-10 mms) with that of the little boy (arteries as thin as 3 mms) was also challenging. However with the immense expertise of the doctors and support of the paramedical team, the surgery progressed smoothly.
The donated kidney began to function normally within 48 hours. The little boy was discharged within a few days and continues to do well.
Specialised ClinicsThe hospital has a number of Specialised Clinics that offer advice, treatment and tips to patients and their family.
They range from an Epilepsy Clinic run by the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery to a Cardiac Rehabilitation & Preservation Clinic under the Department of Cardiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery.
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