More Apollo clinics to be set up across country

Our Bureau Visakhapatnam | Updated on March 07, 2011

Apollo Health and Lifestyle Limited (AHLL), a subsidiary of Apollo Hospitals, is planning to increase the number of clinics from the present 60 to 100 and then double the number to provide quality cardiac diagnostics to the public, according to Dr Sudhir Diggikar, the CEO. He was speaking here on Sunday evening after a clinic was inaugurated at Seetampeta by Dr G. Saigopal, the former superintendent of the King George Hospital here.

Dr Diggikar said, one more comprehensive diagnostic centre would be opened at Gajuwaka to cater to the requirements of the public there. He expressed confidence that Apollo clinics would be as successful as the Apollo Hospital. Dr V. Srinivas, the administrator of Apollo Hospital in Vizag, Dr D.K. Barua and Dr Panigrahi, the cardiologists, and others spoke on the occasion.

Published on March 07, 2011

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