Apollo Hospitals said on Monday that, it has collaborated with Imperial Hospital Ltd (IHL) to support its services in Bangladesh. Apollo hospitals will operate IHL, a 375-bed multispecialty tertiary healthcare hospital in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Imperial Hospital and Apollo Hospitals have struck a BOMA (Brand licensing, Operations, and Management) contract to make international-standard healthcare accessible to all.
Apollo Hospital shall handle daily operations and medicinal service delivery using their medical, health, and professional abilities. To guarantee Chittagong and various towns in Bangladesh have access to world-class medical choices – it added.
Apollo Hospital shall undertake frequent medical and quality assessments to ensure patient safety and the greatest medical outcomes.
We design to establish a trust to improve the hospital’s presence and construct a robust healthcare unit. Dr. Prathap C. Reddy, founder, and chairman of Apollo Hospitals India announced the cooperation on Monday.
“We’re thrilled to join with Apollo Hospitals, a global leader and integrated healthcare company. Our partnership with Apollo Hospitals will recover patient care in Bangladesh.
Dinesh Madhavan, President of Group Oncology and International, said enhancing Bangladesh’s healthcare was urgent.