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Apollo Hospitals to Launch Multi-Specialty Emergency Medical Center in Ayodhya

Written by : Nikita Saha

March 13, 2024

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The multi-specialty center also features 24x7 critical care support and ICU backup for both adults and children. This center aims to provide quality medical services to pilgrims visiting the temple free of cost

The Apollo Hospitals Group has launched a state-of-the-art multi-specialty emergency medical center at the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi pilgrimage site in Ayodhya.

The newly launched center would provide comprehensive medical services, including critical care, intensive care, advanced telemedicine, ambulance, and air evacuation, besides primary service.

Its services range from first aid to medical emergency services, including heart attack and stroke.

The multi-specialty center will also feature 24x7 critical care support and an ICU backup for both adults and children. This center aims to provide quality healthcare to pilgrims visiting the temple.

Sharing thoughts, Dr Mayank Somani, MD & CEO of Apollo Hospitals Lucknow, said, “The services of this center run by Apollo Hospitals Lucknow are proof of our dedication. This initiative is a testament to Apollo Hospitals' unwavering commitment towards the health and well-being of the pilgrims visiting Ayodhya.’’

Upasana Kamineni Konidela, VC, CSR, Apollo Hospitals, shared the development on X

Key Offerings Include

According to the statement, online super specialty consultation will be available at the center through the latest telemedicine technology. Through this, the patient's access to specialists will become very easy.

Moreover, medical services at the center will be free for the pilgrims coming for the darshan of Shri Ram Lalla.

Talking about the advanced services of the center, Dr Pratap C Reddy, chairman, Apollo Hospitals Group, said, ‘“A wide range of better medical services will be available in the center. These range from basic first aid to medical emergency services, including heart attack and stroke.’’

According to sources, the clinic will come up on the lower ground floor of the Vishramalaya inside the temple premises. Reportedly, the construction work of this hospital will start soon.

Apollo’s Latest Healthtech Innovations

As one of the leading hospitals in India, Apollo remains in the news for its latest technology innovation, adoption, and business expansion initiatives.

For example, in a recent collaboration, Gurugram-based startup ClaimBuddy partnered with Apollo Hospitals to streamline insurance claims processing, aiming to enhance insurance desk management. This collaboration aims to expedite claim approvals, reduce administrative overheads, and provide a hassle-free experience for patients.

In October 2023, Apollo Adlux Hospital in Kerala launched its advanced and comprehensive stroke clinic at Angamaly, aligning with its commitment to offering advanced medical care. The clinic provides rapid access to a high-specialty hospital with a dedicated team of neurologists, neurosurgeons, and emergency medicine specialists.

Apollo Hospitals is also investing in advanced medical technologies. They have also launched India’s first comprehensive 5G-connected Ambulance service.

Days back, Apollo Hospitals unveiled the ZAP-X gyroscopic radiosurgery platform for the treatment of brain tumors. The hospital group claims to be the first in South Asia to introduce this innovative technology designed to offer a non-invasive, pain-free alternative for patients.

Founded in 1983, Apollo, India's first corporate hospital, aims to provide international standards of healthcare within the reach of every individual. Currently, their healthcare ecosystem includes hospitals, pharmacies, primary care & diagnostic clinics, and several retail health models.

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