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Apollo Hospitals Teams Up with Karetrip to Launch Free Medical Opinion Service for International Patients

Written by : Jayati Dubey

October 30, 2023

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Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore, and join forces to provide free medical opinions for global patients through WhatsApp, offering guidance and access to world-class healthcare services.

Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore, in India, has teamed up with to offer free medical opinions for endoscopic spine surgery and scar-less head and neck surgeries through WhatsApp and Messenger.

This service is available to patients from around the world, including Bangladesh, as per a company statement.

Dr Satish Nair, a senior consultant, professor, and the head of the Department of ENT-Head Neck Surgery at Apollo Hospitals Bangalore, and Dr Sachin GR, a consultant neurosurgeon at the hospital, were the spokespersons for this new service at the launch event.

In their statement, they emphasised the challenges patients face when seeking treatment and surgeries, including the difficulties in finding the right doctor and hospital and understanding associated costs.

To avail of a free medical opinion from Apollo Hospitals Bangalore, patients can simply send a message to +91 96320 57050 (India) on WhatsApp. The toll-free number aims to provide free support to patients seeking head and neck or spine surgery in India.

A dedicated team from the hospital is committed to assisting patients at every step and ensuring a seamless journey. Importantly, all medical inquiries will be addressed without any charge.

Apollo Hospitals Bangalore is a flagship quaternary care hospital with Joint Commission International accreditation for the sixth consecutive time. The hospital boasts 700 beds spread across three structures and caters to patients from more than 121 countries and neighbouring states., a global medical travel planner, is at the forefront of providing quality and affordable healthcare solutions that transcend geographical boundaries. This collaboration between Apollo Hospitals and is aimed at making quality medical services more accessible to patients worldwide.

As per the involved parties, through this convenient and cost-effective service, individuals can benefit from the expertise and world-class healthcare provided by Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore, while receiving invaluable guidance and support throughout their medical journey.

In another development, Apollo Hospitals Group signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the University of Leicester to foster international collaboration and promote education and research initiatives in healthcare management, healthcare, and data science.

This partnership aims to develop education programs, cutting-edge research projects, and global mobility opportunities for Indian students while maintaining a high standard in healthcare workforce development.


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