Indraprastha Apollo Hospital is an Indian hospital owned by Apollo Hospital group, India’s largest healthcare chain, and is the second largest money making hospital in Delhi. This hospital was established in 1995. Indraprastha Apollo Hospital has recently been accredited by Joint Commission International (JCI) USA as the first internationally accredited Hospital in India in 2005 and South Asia. In 2011, the hospital got re-accredited by JCI for a fourth time consequently, making it the first hospital in India to do so.
The first successful pediatric and adult liver transplants in India were performed at Apollo Hospitals in November 1998
It is the third super specialty tertiary care hospital set by the Apollo Hospitals Group, jointly with the Government of Delhi, India’s capital. It is a 695-bed hospital, with the provision for expansion to 1000 beds in future. The hospital is spread over 15 acres, and has a built-up area of 600,000 square feet.
The Apollo Heart Institutes at Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals is part of one of the largest cardiovascular groups in the world. The scorecard shows an unmatched record of over 1,70,000 heart surgeries, which include complicated coronary artery bypass operations, surgery for all types of valvular heart disease, and infant and neonatal heart surgery – with success rates comparable to international standards.