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Apollo Centre of Excellence in Critical Care

Apollo Centre of Excellence in Critical Care heralds a landmark in the journey of Apollo Critical Care Integration and
Transformation.

The Centre aims to bring together excellence that doctors, nurses and other members of the Apollo family continue to
achieve in

  • Providing world class clinical care to the critically ill
  • Maintaining excellent professional standards
  • Overseeing a network of critical care units providing Remote Critical Care to the
    patients outside of Apollo hospitals
  • Evidence based Clinical Protocols and SOPs
  • Continuing multi-professional education
  • Research and Publications

Key Messages

At first, we must be mindfull that we are barely nine years away from the ‘Leave No One Behind’, transformative promise of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its SDGs. This is an unequivocal commitment made by most of humanity to end discrimination and exclusion, and to reduce the inequalities that leave people behind. This commitment calls for unparalleled and unprecedented measures to bridge gaps and make high quality medical care accessible to all, whenever and wherever it is needed!

Further, the COVID-19 pandemic enormously stressed healthcare systems across the world and in 2020, the timely release of the Telemedicine Practice Guidelines by the Government of India enabled healthcare providers to deliver timely care, remotely. Leveraging technology, is a powerful way to augment limited resources, not only in semi-urban and rural India that lack expertise and resources, but also in urban medical facilities, which face temporary surges in patient flow

Apollo Hospitals has been at the forefront of health care delivery and education. Our resolve to provide best in class care even during the pandemic was possible due to our excellent...

At first,we must be mindfull that we are barely nine years away from the ‘Leave No One Behind’, transformative promise of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its SDGs. This is an unequivocal commitment made by most of humanity to end discrimination and exclusion, and to reduce the inequalities that leave people behind. This commitment calls for unparalleled and unprecedented measures to bridge gaps and make high quality medical care accessible to all, whenever and wherever it is needed!

Further, the COVID-19 pandemic enormously stressed healthcare systems across the world and in 2020, the timely release of the Telemedicine Practice Guidelines by the Government of India enabled healthcare providers to deliver timely care, remotely. Leveraging technology, is a powerful way to augment limited resources, not only in semi-urban and rural India that lack expertise and resources, but also in urban medical facilities, which face temporary surges in patient flow.

Apollo Hospitals has been at the forefront of health care delivery and education. Our resolve to provide best in class care even during the pandemic was possible due to our excellent clinicians, nurses and the entire team. Furthermore, Apollo has continuously invested in training its teams in emerging developments and its trained man-power can be deployed physically and remotely via use of technology to conduct patient care duties.

Since March 2020, we have witnessed a tremendous demand for critical care and India stands humbled with the tireless service of its medical fraternity who have saved millions of lives from the impact of COVID-19. Now to leverage the force multiplier potential of tele-ICU’s, Apollo Hospitals has initiated the ‘Critical Care Integration and Transformation Programme’. It is commendable that Prof Ravi Mahajan, FRCA and Current President of The Royal College of Anaesthetists, and all the Senior Consultants are championing the effort to unify the ICU units within the network, that will enable a seamless link to share knowledge and expert advice, both within and beyond our hospitals. I am very pleased to see the tremendous work being put in by every member of the Critical Care Integration team and am confident that this endeavour will help us to touch many more lives.

Looking ahead we must consistently innovate to raise the bar in terms of care delivery, and our efforts must be in sync with the rapidly evolving domains of Tele-Health Artificial Intelligence, Advanced Robotics, and 3D-Printing.

Chairmans
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Email : acecc@apollohospitals.com

UPDATED ON 24/11/2021

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