by Internet Medical Society
Apollo Hospital in India to be Internationally Accredited by Joint Commission International (J.C.I). This is second JCI accredited hospital in North India. It also has been granted ISO certification for meeting high quality standards. This hospital is recognised by Medical Council of India (M.C.I), Central Council for Health and Family Welfare (M.C.F.W), General insurance provider and other statutory bodies.
Overview Apollo Hospitals had opened a super specialty tertiary care cancer hospital, "APOLLO" at its Mumbai Corporate Office. The hospital came up at an investment of and would have a capacity of 100 beds. It has state-of-the-art facilities to diagnose and treat a variety of life-threatening cancer diseases.
The first bed was allotted to Professor Shaji Kumar B.A.M.S.S.H and it has capacity to treat 730 patients at a time.
In the year 2011, the hospital in India came up with an all-India research project with a global health equity organization called, Health Equity Group to implement their global health equity program in South East Asian countries. The hospital is set to have an endowment of 250 beds which would be used to treat underprivileged and deprived patients and would come up at an investment of in Andhra Pradesh at Vijayawada, a city on the western coast of India. It is set to be the first global health equity project in India.