Apollo Hospitals was established in 1983 by Dr. Prathap C Reddy, renowned as the architect of modern healthcare in India. As the nation’s first corporate hospital, Apollo Hospitals is acclaimed for pioneering the private healthcare revolution in the country.
The commitment of Apollo Hospitals to social responsibility and the pursuit of societal good through inclusive healthcare inspired us towards fulfilling India colossal rural healthcare needs. We focus on bringing quality healthcare within the reach of all people regardless of their geographic location or economic status.
The vision of Dr. Prathap C Reddy, the Founder of Apollo Hospitals Group is what translates into the mission of the Apollo Foundation, which is, “to create meaningful interactions with people of our society, and help enhance their quality of life in every way we can.”
With an aim to upgrade the standards of healthcare across various regions, we have started several impactful programs.
• Rural Development
• Research in Healthcare
• Education, Skill Development and Vocational Training
Apollo Hospitals has always strongly believed in social initiatives that help transcend barriers. In keeping with this, the group has started several impactful programs. The group is working on several social initiatives such as Billion Hearts Beating Foundation – a foundation with the objective of providing healthcare and health awareness to the underprivileged communities such as for the elderly & children in India, Total Health – India’s first integrated rural healthcare service delivery network, initiated by the Group. ‘Total Health’ connotes ‘Total well-being of an individual’, inclusive of physical, mental, ecological, and spiritual health. SAHI (Society to Aid the Hearing Impaired) – seeks to identify hearing impaired children, mainly in rural areas, with little or no access to modern medical treatment & SACHI (Saving a Child’s Heart initiative) – one of Asia’s largest voluntary organizations, dedicated to paediatric cardiac care and child heart surgery for the underprivileged.