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Indraprastha Medical Corporation

Impact Investment - Indraprastha Medical Corporation


Indraprastha Apollo is one of the largest corporate hospitals in the world. It is the third super specialty tertiary care hospital set by the Apollo Hospitals Group, jointly with the Government of New Delhi, India's capital. It is a 695 bed hospital, with the provision for expansion to 1000 beds in the future. Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi is the First Hospital in India to be Internationally Accredited by Joint Commission International (JCI). The hospital is at the forefront of medical technology and expertise. It provides a complete range of latest diagnostic, medical and surgical facilities for the care of its patients. The hospital started functioning from July 1996, its mission being, "Medical Excellence with a Human Touch.”

Excerpts from the 2013 Annual report:

The Solid Organ Transplantation Program of the Hospital continues to register outstanding growth. Kidney Transplants increased by 72% (from 340 to 584) and Liver Transplants increased by 28% (from 219 to 281) over the previous year. With this momentum and success, the Hospital became the Busiest Solid Organ Transplantation Center in the world, surpassing other renowned transplant centers across the globe.

Performance across numerous other specialties also showed a positive trend. To name a few, In-vitro Fertilization (IVF) procedures increased by 53% (from 83 to 127),Caesarian Sections increased by 20% (from 663 to 796), Dialysis increased by 21% (from 34602 to 41734) and Knee Replacements increased by 6% (from 588 to 688) over the previous year.

The Hospital continued to attract large number of domestic as well as international patients. The total registration of patients increased by 17% (from 119,882 to 140,208), Emergency admissions increased by 11% (from 9474 to10,500) and International patients increased by 32% (from 4,768 to 6,288) over the previous year.

The Apollo Institute of Robotic Surgery was launched in June, 2012 and has been successfully performing a good number of robotic surgeries with the Da-Vinci Robotic Surgical System. The latest offering from M/s Intuitive Surgical has a 3 dimensional field of vision for the surgeon with ten times magnification and robotic precision provided in an ergonomic manner. The technology enables smaller incisions, lesser blood loss and faster recovery apart from other advantages to the patient.

The facility houses one of the world's first installations of integrated simultaneous 3 Tesla PET- MR and a 128 slice PET-CT. This facility will provide early and functional diagnosis of patients in Oncology as well as Neurosciences and an opportunity for novel research possibilities in Molecular Imaging and Nuclear Medicine putting the hospital on the global medical research map.

Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, the first Joint Commission International (JCI) accredited hospital in India, has well established its credentials as one of the leading referral tertiary care hospitals in this part of the world. The hospital provides care in virtually every specialty and subspecialty, including some of the most complex procedures. Many of the key outcomes are comparable to the best hospitals globally.

Since June 1998, the Hospital has been providing free treatment(excluding medicines and medical consumables) to patients referred by the Government of NCT of Delhi. A full time medical officer, deputed by the Directorate of Health Services (DHS), Government of Delhi, is available in the hospital premises on all working days to meet patients referred by the Government of NCT of Delhi, scrutinize the necessary documents as per criteria laid down for the purpose, and guide them appropriately to various specialties for out-patient consultation or in-patient treatment as required. The medical officer also daily liaises with the Hospital Nodal Officer and provides details of all free admissions to the DHS. During the financial year 2012-13, 11,754 patients (1,910 IP and 9,844 OP) referred by the Delhi Government were provided super- specialty care under this arrangement.


  • Chacha Nehru Sehat Yojana: Chacha Nehru Sehat Yojana was launched by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi on 14th November 2011 for providing Health Checks to all the students enrolled in the city's government schools. Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals provided medical screenings in schools and conducted immunization of students against Tetanus (Booster dose) and provided curative treatment, health education and counseling to the students. Medicines like iron, calcium, Vitamin A, antibiotics, antifungal, anti-histaminic, cough syrups etc. were given to the needy students. During the implementation of the school health programme, the hospital teams have examined approximately 17,000 children in five schools in the given period from January 2012 to Feb 2013.

  • Jasola Clinic: Apollo Hospitals, Delhi has adopted the Jasola village adjacent to the hospital. At the clinic, consultations in internal medicine, gynecology and pediatrics are provided to the local residents thrice a week. During the year 2012-13, more than 4,000 patients were screened at the clinic.

  • Mobile Health Scheme Service: This scheme is in collaboration with the Delhi Government and undertakes physician visits to various neighboring areas like JJ Cluster area, Jasola, Madanpur Khadar, etc. from Monday to Saturday providing adequate primary health cover. Under this scheme more than 1,900 patients were screened during the year 2012-13.

  • BLS Training: Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi, organized various Basic Life Support (BLS) training sessions and Cardiac camps for the Delhi Police from April to September 2012. More than 550 people benefitted with this initiative. In a two day program, a team from Emergency services imparted basic life support training to over 800 prisoners and 150 staff members of Tihar Jail as a part of its community outreach program.

  • Health initiatives in Schools and Colleges: BLS training and health talks were organized in various schools and colleges of Delhi to name a few, Satyawati College, St. Stephen's college, Asia Pacific Institute of Management, DAV Public School, British School, Khaitan Public School and Sanskriti School. Information booklets and related literature on good health were also distributed to the children.

  • Health Programme for Senior Citizens and NGO's: 20 health camps and health talks were organized during the year for various Senior Citizens Association and NGO's. The camps covered various specialties like Gynecology, Orthopedics, Urology, Cardiology, Neurology and Respiratory. Some of the NGOs where the events were conducted were Tarawati Charitable trust, Aprajita Mahila Smiti and Care & Cure Foundation.

  • Apollo Dil Ki Daud: As a part of our Neighborhood engagement Campaign, the third "Apollo Dil Ki Daud" mini marathon was organized on Sunday, 7th October 2012. More than 2000 participants ran for a healthy heart. Our senior consultants also took part in this mini marathon. Mr. Satpal Singh (Former Wrestler and Gold Medalist in 1982 Asian Games), Mr. Gurusharan Singh (Former Indian Cricketer) & Major D P Singh (Kargil veteran and Indian representative in Para Olympics) were the Guests for this event.

  • World Neighborhood Day: World Neighborhood Day on 31st March, 2013 was celebrated by inviting all RWA members and community to participate in an evening function. This program was attended by approximately 400 neighborhood residents. Dr. Prathap C. Reddy graced this occasion and also launched the 'Apollo Protect' initiative. With Apollo Protect a concerted effort with structured adult vaccination against a host of acute and chronic Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) like Cervical Cancer, Pneumococcal Meningitis, Swine Flu and Cholera to name a few is undertaken. This service will be the largest adult vaccination program in the country and would be available on all days of the week.


The infection control program is one of the most effective in the country. The multi-disciplinary hospital infection control committee actively reviewed the monthly infection control indices and the policies as well as practices for effective control over nosocomial infections.

Employee safety and protection against occupational hazards was a constant theme throughout the year which was addressed with educational drives, poster competition and on-site reviews of the prevalent knowledge and practices amongst the staff.

The incidence of nosocomial infections namely Catheter related Urinary Tract Infection (CRUTI) with an annual mean of 1.02 per 1000 Urinary Catheter Days, Central Line related Blood Stream Infection (CRBSI) with an annual mean of 0.71 per 1000 Central Line Days and Ventilator associated Pneumonia (VAP) with an annual mean of 1.85 per

1000 Ventilator Days is comparable with the best benchmarks across the world.

Indraprastha Medical Corporation is a publicly traded company on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock Exchange (NSE). The company has low debt, strong cashflows and a offers a healthy tax free dividend yield of 4%. assigns this investment a risk rating of 3 - MODERATE RISK. Loss of capital is possible with equity ownership. Detailed analysis and monitoring is key to managing risks successfully.

With a focus on technology and innovation, including energy efficiency and waste management, Indraprastha Medical is setting an example for the healthcare industry not just in India but globally as well. It deserves an E-Score of 5/10.

Being a Government of India initiative, providing cutting edge medical services to millions of people in the Northern Capital Region (NCR) around New Delhi ,the Social Impact of this investment is maximum deserving a score of 10/10.

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