Our Chairman Message
The start to a better world begins with the belief that it is possible. Then, envisioning the desired change, one has to begin the journey towards it with audacious courage and resolute commitment. A vision for a healthier India was the dream that I had after I returned from the United States in the seventies. For over three decades since then, thousands in my Apollo family have persevered relentlessly and we have come a long way. Yet there is a long road ahead in making healthcare much more inclusive in our nation.
2016 has been a very important year in our mission to touch lives. A large number of camps were organized for a diverse cross section of our society in remote geographies and in particular thousands of young children and women were screened.
Dr.Prathap C Reddy
Chairman of Apollo Foundation
Apollo Foundation Theater
Apollo Foundation has always believed in magic of art and we know that anyone can heal through art. So we have opened our hearts and the gates of The Apollo Foundation Amphitheatre for the blossoming talents in the city. Being in the field of health and wellness we understand the need of a healthy mind and soul
Under Rural Development, our focus has been on providing total holistic care for the entire community And in this regard, "Total Health", a not for profit organization was set up.
Saving A Child's Heart Initiative (SACHi), established in 2002 under the aegis of Dr. Prathap C Reddy, is presently one of Asia's largest voluntary organizations
Society to Aid the Hearing Impaired (SAHI) seeks to identify hearing impaired children, mainly in rural areas, with little or no access to modern medical treatment and help them ...
Medical camps for pregnant women
India is a land of many cultures and each culture has gifted this country with its own craft. This is one reason our motherland is rich in art and culture, while having an abundance of talent.
World Wildlife Fund
Under this MoU with World Wide Fund for Nature-India, relevant frontline protection staff of the state forest departments and WWF-India's staff engaged in wildlife protection will receive free medical assistance from Apollo Hospitals
The CURE foundation is an effort to bring cancer care to those who cannot afford it. Cancer among the poor is often lethal. Due to a lack of information and resources...
Apollo Hospitals Foundation works with a number of organizations and NGOs. We have a tie-up with World Wide Fund for Nature-India, in providing medical care at Apollo Hospitals to frontline forest guards across the country who are injured during the course of duty.