A 200-bed Apollo Speciality Hospital was inaugurated in Nellore, India. Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu graced the occasion and said his government would make all possible efforts to make the newly created Andhra Pradesh state a medical hub in the entire country.
Apollo Hospitals founder-chairman Prathap C. Reddy, Speaker Kodela Sivaprasada Rao, Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister P. Narayana, a number of doctors and specialists were present at the occasion.
AdvertisementMr. Chandrababu Naidu complimented the Apollo Group for developing their network of hospitals in far-away towns as well. He emphasized that health care should not be looked as a solely limited to the affluent society and top class facilities should be made available to the poor as well.
Dr. Prathap C. Reddy said that their 57th Specialty Hospital in India was the first super-brand hospital in Nellore. "This is a new beginning in healthcare which brings with it greater hope and a healthier tomorrow," he said.
The 200-bedded specialty hospital offers high-end tertiary care across various medical disciplines with special focus on cardiology, neurology, gastroenterology, urology, emergency and trauma care. "Various experiences in my life have encouraged me to expand the footprints of Apollo Hospitals to where it is today. But that one belief, that continues to enthuse me, and encourages me to take healthcare to the remotest areas in India is that 'Life is priceless and good health is our most precious gift", said Dr. Reddy.