25 TOP officials of the Chinese healthcare industry were present.
Lucknow, 17 September 2019: The India-China Healthcare Summit was held today at the Apolomedics Super Specialty Hospital. 25 TOP officials of Chinese health care industry set up by Chinese governmentvisited Apollomedics Super Specialty Hospital Lucknow. The delegations came to India for taking keen insights in those tertiary care hospitals, which have created successful models of delivering high standards of quality care in non-metro cities and thus changing the paradigm and long held beliefs of not investing in private health care in B towns due to unavailability of credible success stories so far. Apollomedics, happens to be one of the success stories which managed to attract the curiosity of the Chinese government and the Delegation. Incidentally it happens to be the only hospital in North India shortlisted by the Chinese delegation for this tour.
DEAN ZHANG, Managing Director of Mindray and Chief De Mission’ said “we are looking forward to have an experience of the private health care environment and explore investment in private healthcare in India, we want to promote private healthcare with the collaboration of Indian and Chinese Government. And we are very impressed with the way Apollomedics Hospital is providing successful healthcare services in the private sector in Lucknow. We were highly impressed with the fact that Apollomedics has managed to surpass all the expectations on delivering advanced Health care in such a short span of time.”
Chairman of Apollomedics Super Specialty Hospital, Dr.Sushil Gattani said, “I welcome all the Chinese delegation on behalf of Lucknow Apollomedics. It is a great opportunity that the Chinese delegation wants to promote private healthcare in collaboration with the Indian and Chinese government and certainly we will fully support them in this.” MD & CEO of Apollomedics Super Specialty Hospital Dr. Mayank Somani who enlightened the delegation on the challenges of bringing in the advanced tertiary care services to non-metro cities at an affordable cost and managing it successfully. He expressed his gratitude to the Delegation and Chinese government for selecting Apollomedics as one of the important landmark of the whole tour. He welcomed the possibility of potential collaboration and investment by both the parties and quoted “The event underlines the laying of solid foundations to the possibility of the biggest health care collaborations between the two nations and possibly in the world. The success of Indian Health Care as an Industry has attracted one of the biggest economies for showing enthusiasm in understanding and entering into all possible Health Care collaborations.”