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Stem Cell Transplant saves Blood Cancer Patient’s life

Stem Cell Transplant saves Blood Cancer Patient’s life

Apollo Hospitals, Ahmedabad won The Best Hospital Award for Wellness & Healthcare in Gujarat

Apollo Hospitals, Ahmedabad won The Best Hospital Award for Wellness & Healthcare in Gujarat by Worldwide Achievers – Healthcare Excellence Awards 2014

Apollo Presence in Vibrant Gujarat 2015

Apollo presence during Vibrant Gujarat & Pravasi Bharatiya Divas program went well.

Launch of Medical Tourism Company – New Ahmedabad Healthcare LLC

Launch of medical tourism company (New Ahmedabad Healthcare LLC) in association with Apollo Hospitals International Ltd, Ahmedabad is done in December 2014 in Mongolia amid presence of guests from Medical fraternity, Government, and embassy people.

Apollo Hospital’s Doctor save Tanzania Woman’s Heart

Apollo Hospital’s Doctor save Tanzania Woman’s Heart

India’s Apollo Hospitals Teams-up with Emirates Airline

The hospital has touched 37 million lives so far from across 120 countries.

Rare surgery at Apollo Hospitals Ahmedabad helps premature baby win fight for survival

Apollo Hospitals, Ahmedabad today briefed media personnel about the case of a Baby boy who was born prematurely (30 week gestation period when the normal gestation period is 38-42 weeks) and suffered three serious diseases after birth.

Chances of Kidney failure in patients with Diabetes and Blood Pressure

Chances of Kidney failure in patients with Diabetes and Blood Pressure.

Stem Cell Transplant in Multiple Myeloma At Apollo

Stem Cell Transplant in Multiple Myeloma – Experience of a Single Tertiary Care Centre – Dr. Chirag Shah (Diplomate American Board of Medical Oncology, Hematology)

Expanding Horizons In Critical Care Medicine

Apollo Hospitals Ahmedabad situated at Bhat GIDC, has become one of the largest privately held critical care centres in Gujarat with the recent addition of an 11 bedded state-of-the-art Intensive Care Unit (ICU) to its current facilities, taking their total critical care bed capacity to 87.