Apollo Health City wins India medical travel award


Apollo Health City offers treatments with the latest healthcare technology, much of it not available anywhere else in the region.   The 477-bed multi-specialty hospital has over 50 specialties and super-specialties and 12 centres of excellence; including heart diseases, neurosciences, cancer, emergency, orthopaedics, renal diseases, and transplants.

The Union Tourism Ministry presents the National Tourism Awards to various segments of the travel and tourism industry in India every year. These awards go to State governments, Union Territories, classified hotels, heritage hotels, approved travel agents, tour operators and tourist transport operators, individuals and other private organisations, in recognition of their performance in their respective fields and also to encourage healthy competition with an aim to promote tourism.

No information is given about how many contenders there are in each category or the detailed reasons for the award.  What was revealed at the awards ceremony on World Tourism Day was that the award was given to Apollo Health City for “pioneering private healthcare revolution in India” and for it being “Asia’s foremost integrated healthcare services provider”.



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