Apollo Hospital Indraprastha

New Delhi, India

New Delhi, India

Overview

Overview

Apollo Hospital Indraprastha is a multi-specialty hospital that is part of the Apollo Hospitals Group. The Apollo Hospitals Group opened its first hospital in 1983 and has become one of the largest integrated healthcare groups in India, with 10,000 beds across 64 hospitals.

Apollo Hospital Indraprastha is accredited by the US Joint Commission International (JCI) and is fitted with 710 patient beds. The multi-specialist hospital has 12 centers of excellence, as well as 52 specialized medical departments which include cardiology, neurosurgery, orthopedics, neurology, oncology, spinal surgery, urology, plastic and cosmetic surgery, bariatric surgery, and general surgery amongst others.

Services provided by the hospital for international patients include airport transfer, medical record translation, assistance with booking flights and accommodation, and visa assistance. Facilities at the hospital include a pharmacy on-site, laundry services, parking, and there is a range of patient room types available such as deluxe rooms and suites.

Location

Apollo Hospital Indraprastha is located in New Delhi, 14 km from Safdarjung Airport and 31 km from the Indira Gandhi International Airport. The hospital can be reached via the 460 and the 460CL bus lines, which link the hospital and the airport. The nearest Metro station to the hospital is the Jasola Apollo station, located within 200m.

New Delhi, India's capital city, offers plenty of cultural attractions. The Red Fort, the former residence of the Mughal emperor of India, can be reached within 17 km from the hospital and the Lotus Temple, famous for its flower shaped roof, is located just 7 km from the hospital.

Accreditations

Joint Commission International

NABH

Languages spoken

Arabic, English, Russian

Services

Medical records transfer
Rehabilitation
Airport pickup
Hotel booking
Special offer for group stays
Free Wifi
Phone in the room
TV in the room
Special dietary requests accepted
Private rooms for patients available
Parking available
Pharmacy
Laundry
Mobility accessible rooms
Procedures

Procedures

218 procedures across 21 specialties

>Gastroenterology

(4 procedures)

Cholecystectomy

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  • A cholecystectomy is a surgical procedure that is performed to remove the gallbladder. The gallbladder is an organ located below the liver, which serves the function of collecting and storing bile, which is the fluid produced by the liver, before breaking it down and releasing it into the small intestine.

  • 1 - 2 weeks

    Some patients will have dissolvable stitches, whereas others return after 7 days to have them removed. Patients who have open surgery will need a longer recovery time.

  • Learn more about Cholecystectomy
See 1 type of Cholecystectomy procedures:
Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Colonoscopy

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  • A colonoscopy is an examination of the large intestine, the colon and rectum, using a small camera.

  • 3 - 4 days

    Patients should arrive at least 2 days before the colonoscopy, as the bowel needs to be cleared the day before the procedure. Patients who have interventional treatment during the colonoscopy, e.g. removal of a polyp, may need slightly longer to recover.

  • Learn more about Colonoscopy

Endoscopy

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  • An endoscopy is a non-surgical procedure that is performed to examine the digestive tract. While there are various types of procedures that involve an endoscope, an endoscopy generally refers to an upper endoscopy, which examines the esophagus, stomach, and duodenum.

  • 1 - 3 days
  • Learn more about Endoscopy
See 1 type of Endoscopy procedures:
Capsule Endoscopy
 

>General Medicine

(3 procedures)

Bone Marrow Transplant

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  • A bone marrow transplant is performed to replace damaged or destroyed bone marrow. Bone marrow may stop functioning as a result of diseases such as aplastic anemia or sickle cell anemia, or from being destroyed by chemotherapy or radiation therapy used to treat cancer or other diseases.

  • 4 - 8 weeks

    The length of hospital stay required varies with each type of transplant performed and with each patient.

  • Learn more about Bone Marrow Transplant
See 2 types of Bone Marrow Transplant:
Autologous Bone Marrow Transplant
 
Allogeneic Bone Marrow Transplant (Related Donor)
 

Hyperbaric Medicine

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Medical Examination

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  • A medical examination, also called medical checkup or health checkup, is a general examination of a patient's health. Having a medical checkup can help to identify problems early on, even before symptoms show. A checkup can also give patients peace of mind if they are worried about their health.

  • 3 - 4 days

    Medical checkups can be combined with sightseeing or shopping trips.

  • Learn more about Medical Examination

>Dentistry

(7 procedures)

Apicoectomy

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Bone Graft

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  • A bone graft or bone augmentation may be required for patients who have a soft or thin jaw bone and are having dental implants.

  • 3 - 5 days

    Patients may need to stay longer if they are having a bone graft from the hip bone. A longer stay may also be required for cases where the sinus is affected.

  • Learn more about Bone Graft

Dental Crown

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  • A crown can be used to save a damaged tooth by completely encircling it. In order to attach a crown, the tooth is reduced to a stump which the crown can be cemented onto. Many clinics specialize in natural looking, tooth-colored materials, and patients can choose from a range of materials to suit their budget.

  • 1 weeks

    The time required depends on how long is needed to create the crown or crowns in the laboratory. Clinics with an in-house lab are usually quicker.

  • Learn more about Dental Crown
See 1 type of Dental Crown procedures:
Porcelain Fused to Metal (PFM) Crowns
 

>Bariatric Surgery

(6 procedures)

Bariatric Surgery Consultation

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Biliopancreatic Diversion with Duodenal Switch (BPD/DS)

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Gastric Balloon Treatment

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  • Gastric ballon treatment involves inserting a deflated ballon into the stomach and then inflating it, in order to help lose weight. The balloon serves the purpose of limiting food intake by taking up space in the stomach and thus creating a sense of fullness after eating small amounts of food.

  • 1 - 5 days

    Patients may experience some pain, nausea or discomfort in the first days after insertion, therefore may need to rest before traveling.

  • Learn more about Gastric Balloon Treatment

>Cardiology

(21 procedures)

Aortic Stenosis Treatment

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Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) Closure

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Bentall Procedure

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>Diagnostic Imaging

(2 procedures)

Full Body PET CT Scan

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MRI Scan (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)

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  • MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scan is used to create detailed images of internal organs and tissue. The process involves the use of magnets and radio waves to create high resolution and detailed images of an organ or tissue, in order to help making a diagnosis or devising a treatment plan.

  • 1 - 5 days

    It may take a few days for the results of the scan to be processed and patients will usually attend a follow up consultation to discuss the results.

  • Learn more about MRI Scan (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
See 1 type of MRI Scan (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) procedures:
Full Body MRI
 

>Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)

(10 procedures)

Adenoidectomy

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Cochlear Implant

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  • A cochlear implant is an electronic device that is surgically implanted into the ear, in order to produce a sense of sound for patients who are deaf or have severe hearing problems.

  • 3 - 6 weeks

    Patients should get the surgeon's approval before flying, and inform their airline that they have a cochlear implant, as it will set off security alarms. If the implant is switched on, the volume may need adjusting during the flight.

  • Learn more about Cochlear Implant

Laryngeal Surgery

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>General Surgery

(5 procedures)

Hernia Repair

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  • Hernia repair is a surgical procedure performed to repair a hernia, which occurs when tissues or organs protrude through the wall in which they are contained. There are different types of hernias that can occur and these include inguinal hernia, hiatal hernia, and umbilical hernia.

  • 1 - 2 weeks

    After abdominal surgery, patients should get approval from their surgeon before flying. Traveling too soon after abdominal surgery could result in tearing the sutures. Patients may also find it uncomfortable to carry luggage or sit for long periods.

  • Learn more about Hernia Repair

Mastectomy

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  • A mastectomy is performed to treat or prevent breast cancer, by surgically removing one or both breasts.

  • 1 - 2 weeks

    Patients will need at least one follow up appointment after surgery to have the surgical drains removed.

  • Learn more about Mastectomy

Nephrectomy

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  • A nephrectomy is a surgical procedure performed to remove part or all of one of the kidneys. The kidneys serve the function of filtering the blood to remove excess fluid and waste products by turning them into urine.

  • 10 - 14 days

    Patients are prone to deep vein thrombosis after surgery therefore should wait up to 2 weeks to fly after the surgery.

  • Learn more about Nephrectomy

>Gynecology

(10 procedures)

Cervical Polyp Removal

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Endometrial Ablation

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Gynecologic Laparoscopy

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>Neurology

(4 procedures)

Cerebral Palsy Management

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Epilepsy Treatment

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  • Epilepsy treatment aims to treat and manage epilepsy, a neurological disorder that can cause seizures that can lead to loss of consciousness or strange behavior. Epilepsy occurs when there is an abnormality in the brain, whereby nerve cell activity increases and disrupts neuron activity.

  • weeks

    The time spent abroad depends on the type of epilepsy treatment that the patient receives.

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Parkinson's Disease Treatment

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>Neurosurgery

(8 procedures)

Brain Aneurysm Repair

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  • Brain aneurysm repair is a surgical procedure performed to repair a brain aneurysm that has the potential to rupture, or has already ruptured.

  • weeks

    Time spent abroad depends on the type of brain aneurysm being treated. Unruptured aneurysms tend to have a quicker recovery process than ruptured aneurysms.

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Brain Tumor Surgery

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  • Brain tumor surgery is performed by a neurosurgeon to remove all or part of a tumor from the brain.

  • 6 - 8 weeks

    This depends on the surgery performed, whether the patient needs rehabilitation, and on how well the patient recovers.

  • Learn more about Brain Tumor Surgery

Chiari Malformation Treatment

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>Oncology

(32 procedures)

Acute Leukemia Treatment

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  • Leukemia is a type of cancer that affects the blood cells in the body. It usually begins in the bone marrow where an abnormality occurs in the white blood cells. Normal blood cells form, divide, and die to make room for new cells. Leukemia disrupts this process and prevents the blood cells from functioning properly.

  • weeks

    The length of stay abroad will depend on the treatment plan and the patient's response to treatment.

  • Learn more about Acute Leukemia Treatment

Benign Soft Tissue Tumor Treatment

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Bile Duct Cancer Treatment

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>Ophthalmology

(5 procedures)

Cataract Surgery

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  • Cataracts are cloudy patches in the lens of the eye that are common as a result of aging. Cataract removal surgery is recommended for patients who experience impairment to vision and are sensitive to light as a result of the cataract. The surgery involves the removal of the natural lens and it is most commonly replaced with a synthetic lens.

  • 2 - 3 days

    Patients can usually fly soon after cataract surgery, but should take precautions to avoid dryness in the eye.

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Detached Retina Treatment

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  • Retina detachment occurs when the retina becomes separated from its surrounding tissue. When this occurs, it is important that it is repaired, as the retina cannot function correctly in this condition, and leaving it untreated can result in the permanent loss of vision.

  • 4 weeks

    The length of stay depends on the treatment, however any treatment involving gas bubbles in the eye will prevent patients from being suitable for flying until the bubble has gone.

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Glaucoma Treatment

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  • Glaucoma treatment aims to relieve symptoms of glaucoma and prevent further damage, deterioration, and loss of vision. Glaucoma is an eye disease that causes damage to the optic nerve, which creates problems with vision and if left untreated, can lead to loss of vision.

  • 2 - 7 days
  • Learn more about Glaucoma Treatment

>Orthopedics

(30 procedures)

Ankle Fracture Treatment

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Avascular Necrosis (AVN) Treatment

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Benign Bone Tumor Removal

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>Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery

(11 procedures)

Breast Implants

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  • In breast implant surgery, an implant is inserted in order to change the size and shape of the breast. The surgery is commonly performed for women who wish to have larger, more shapely breasts, women with underdeveloped breasts, or women who have had breast tissue removed (a mastectomy). Breast implants can also be used to correct breast asymmetry, or as part of male-to-female gender reassignment.

  • Learn more about Breast Implants

Breast Lift

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  • A breast lift procedure, also referred to as a mastopexy, is a surgical procedure used to lift and tighten sagging breasts (also called breast ptosis). The surgery is generally sought after by women have gone through pregnancy, have had breast implants removed, or have lost a lot of weight, which has resulted in the sagging of the breasts.

  • 1 weeks

    The surgeon will usually recommend waiting at least 7 days before travelling.

  • Learn more about Breast Lift

Breast Reduction

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  • A breast reduction procedure, also referred to as a mammoplasty, involves surgically removing fat and glandular tissue from the breast, to reduce the size and reshape the breast.

  • 1 weeks

    The plastic surgeon will usually recommend waiting at least 7 days for healing to begin, but it can vary for each case.

  • Learn more about Breast Reduction

>Spinal Surgery

(25 procedures)

Artificial Disc Replacement

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Cervical Disc Disease Treatment

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Cervical Spondylosis Treatment

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>Urology

(19 procedures)

Bladder Neck Incision (BNI)

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Bladder Stone Removal

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Cystectomy

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>Vascular Medicine

(13 procedures)

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair

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Angiography

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  • Angiography, which may also be referred to as arteriography or angiogram, is a procedure performed to examine the inside of blood vessels, arteries, and veins through the use of images X-ray images.

  • 1 - 2 days
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Angioplasty

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>Colorectal Medicine

(1 procedure)

Colectomy

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  • Colectomy is a surgical procedure to remove all or part of the colon (also called the large intestine). It is performed in order to treat or prevent certain diseases and conditions such as uncontrollable bleeding in the colon, a bowel obstruction, colon cancer, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, and diverticulitis.

  • 3 weeks
  • Learn more about Colectomy
See 1 type of Colectomy procedures:
Lower Anterior Resection
 

>Reproductive Medicine

(1 procedure)

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

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  • ​In vitro fertilization (IVF) is the process in which a woman's ovum (eggs) are fertilized outside of the body before being placed into the uterus, in order to increase the chances of having a successful pregnancy. ​IVF is used for patients who have had difficulty conceiving a child naturally. Infertility problems can be a caused by endometriosis, low sperm count, problems with ovulation, or problems with the fallopian tubes or uterus.

  • 2 - 3 weeks

    The time needed abroad will depend on the treatment plan, and whether any of the stages of IVF can be done at home. Patients may also begin treatment and then return home or go travelling for several days. Patients are able to fly as soon as the embryo or embryos have been transferred.

  • Learn more about In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
See 1 type of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) procedures:
IVF Cycle (Including Medication)

>Nephrology

(1 procedure)

More about available treatments at Apollo Hospital Indraprastha

Apollo Hospital Indraprastha is a multi-specialty hospital that performs a range of procedures such as gastric band surgery, gastric bypass surgery, coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery, heart valve replacement, laryngectomy, cochlear implant, laminectomy, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy amongst others.

The hospital is equipped with advanced technology, such as the da Vinci Robotic Surgical System, which allows surgeons to perform complex surgery through smaller incisions and with more precision. Other technologies include Novalis Tx radiosurgery technology, high dose rate (HDR) brachytherapy technology, 3.0 Tesla MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scanner, and a CT (computed tomography) scanner.

Staff

Staff

The staff at Apollo Hospital Indraprastha consists of highly qualified surgeons and physicians, who are all specialists in their respective fields. The team receives regular training to ensure that they are up-to-date with the most modern techniques and technologies.

Many of the doctors are members of international societies and organizations such as the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and the British Association of Pediatric Surgeons. Languages spoken at the clinic include English, Russian, and Arabic.

Reviews

Reviews

External Reviews from Google

  • Rajib Boruah, September 2019

    5

  • Jai javan Jai kishan Bharat mata ki Jai, November 2018

    3

  • Adil khan, November 2018

    4

  • Rupam Sadhukhan, June 2017

    4