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Satguru Partap Singh Apollo Hospital, Ludhiana (Punjab)

Satguru Partap Singh Apollo HospitalThe formulation of the concept of SPS Apollo Hospital, Ludhiana was inspired and backed by Satguru Jagjit Singhji. The hospital was commissioned on 28th March 2005, with 65 beds in the initial phase. In association with the Apollo Hospitals Group, SPS Apollo Hospital plans to become a state-of-the-art 350-bedded multi-specialty hospital in the near future.

The hospital is the first of its kind in this region performing supers specialty procedures and has a wide range of investigative, preventive and therapeutic facilities aiming to provide comprehensive healthcare services under one roof. It has the most qualified and talented medical professionals, nurses, technicians and other management staff from across the world to deliver the highest standards of patient care.

This hospital caters to the specific needs of the people in North India. It has world-class standards of service, expertise, equipment and a well-organized healthcare system in a clean environment to provide efficient patient care. Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd. is providing management and operational support to the hospital in order to position as a tertiary care healthcare provider.

SPS Apollo Hospital, Ludhiana is a value-based organization driven by trust & transparency. It is the successful amalgamation of the best in technology and infrastructure with the best of medical and technical human resource. SPS Apollo Hospital’s mission is to bring excellence in health care within the reach of every individual. Hospital is committed to the health and well being of humanity with a clear vision to be the destination of choice for health care.

SPS Apollo is the first hospital in South East Asia to be accredited by Joint Commission International, USA within 2 years of operations. Joint Commission International, USA is a subsidiary of the most trusted name in accreditation – the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare organization. For more than 75 years, The Joint Commission and its predecessor organization, The American College of Surgeons, have been dedicated to improve the quality of healthcare organizations in the United States and around the world.

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