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Vishal Lathwal Takes Charge as CEO of Apollo HomeCare Business

Written by : Arti Ghargi

April 3, 2024

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Image Source: Vishal Lathwal LinkedIn

In his capacity as CEO, Vishal Lathwal will be responsible for driving Apollo's homecare business towards the next phase of growth.


Apollo Hospitals, a leading hospital in India, has announced the appointment of Vishal Lathwal as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for its homecare business.

In his capacity as CEO, Lathwal will be responsible for driving Apollo's homecare business towards the next phase of growth.

Lathwal has over 15 years of professional experience spanning consulting, automobile, and healthcare sectors and brings invaluable expertise in building and expanding direct-to-consumer (D2C) offerings to his new role.

He was a founding member of the homecare division of Max Healthcare named Max@Home, where he played a pivotal role in establishing the brand as one of the nation’s largest homecare providers.

“He will play a crucial role in formulating and executing core business strategies at Apollo Home Healthcare,” Apollo Hospitals said.

Fresh Roles & Responsibilities

In his capacity as CEO, Lathwal will be responsible for driving Apollo's homecare business towards the next phase of growth.

His visionary approach to business and in-depth understanding of the home healthcare space are expected to propel the company forward.

India’s homecare segment is experiencing rapid growth and is anticipated to become a $21.3 billion industry by 2027.

Apollo HomeCare, established in 2015 and operating in more than 11 cities across the country, aims to address the pressing needs of the post-pandemic era by offering comprehensive pre-and post-hospital care services.

Apollo’s Renewed Focus on Homecare Biz

Lathwal's appointment comes at a crucial juncture, as Apollo HomeCare seeks to strengthen its market position and expand its direct-to-consumer (D2C) offerings.

His track record of enhancing market growth and financial performance makes him well-suited to lead the company in this endeavour.

In addition to cultivating relationships with key stakeholders, Lathwal will focus on identifying growth opportunities and ensuring the delivery of high-quality home healthcare services consistent with Apollo’s ethos.

The homecare industry in India is witnessing upward momentum, driven by factors such as increased patient-physician advocacy and the accelerated adoption of digital technologies.

As the youngest executive in this role at Apollo, Lathwal's appointment marks a significant milestone in the company's journey.


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