Year Established: 1996
Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi is the First Hospital in India to be Internationally Accredited by Joint Commission International (JCI). It is one of the best multi-speciality tertiary acute care... more hospitals with over 700 beds in India and the most sought after destination in SAARC region for healthcare delivery. A state-of-the art modern facility in the heart of the capital, it is spread over 15 acres and has a built-up area of over 600,000 square feet. Currently the hospital has 695 beds with a capacity to expand to 1000 beds. Right from the infrastructure to the latest medical technology acquisition Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals has always kept its Patients First and strived to deliver not World Class but World’s Best Care to its Patients since its inception in 1996.
Staff & Capacity
Services & Amenities
Airport transport, Insurance and Payment Methods, Local accommodation assistance, Refreshments, Translator services, WiFi
The services are good. The staff helpful. The charges are reasonable. Except for emergencies, it is advisable to book/register in advance for better service. Be ready to wait for the doctors' appointment.... more The frequency of patients is high. This makes it challenging to get prompt services. Often the doctors are called for emergency cases. Therefore, you might wait longer than usual.
The eateries are good. Though they might lack variety, the food is good.
However, you get what you pay for. Reasonable.
One of my relative was admitted at the hospital for a serious disease. He required 4 units of blood transfusion which was donated immdtly. Still the hospital charged Rs. 6800/- plus related expenses on... more kit etc for each unit. It means more than 28000/- just for transfusion.It is a clear case of fleecing. No other hospital in Delhi or NCR charge such exorbitant price. Also charges for other tests such as echo. colonoscopy, pet scan etc. are very high. Hospital are there to just mint money and not for treatment of suffering patients. they get free land and so many other facilities from govt. but still just pocket money of hapless patients. doctors are becoming mercenaries instead of missionaries. May God keep people away from them
Also they do not adhere to the schedule. A test to be done in the morning is done by late evening. they are not bothered about the fact that patient has not taken any food for hours. Author: saroj mittal / source: https://www.google.bs/?gws_rd=cr,ssl&ei=bALmVK3ODoarNu2fg6gF#q=Indraprastha+Apollo+Hospital&lrd=0x390ce3fee99523dd:0xf3b4acb5daf38823,1
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