Organ donation at apollomedics Hospital

Apollomedics Super Speciality Hospital Made People Aware About Cadaver Organ Donation

Apollomedics super specialty hospital becomes the first hospital in the region to initiate Deceased donor (cadaveric) transplant program by performing a DDLT & DDKT on the same day.
The lives of at least 5 lakh people are on stake every year in India who are not likely to receive an organ donation as the rate of voluntary organ donation in India is one of the lowest in the world. The rate of organ donation is low primarily due to lack of awareness, religious-cultural beliefs, misconceptions and prejudices. Due to all these reasons, the wait for any eligible organ recipient gets longer.

A Green Corridor was created Between Apollomedics and SGPGI

Green Corridor Created For The First Time in Lucknow Between Apollomedics and SGPGI

For the very first time in the capital, a green corridor was created between a private hospital, Apollomedics Super Speciality Hospital and a government hospital, SGPGI, in order to transport the organs of a 21 year old patient who was brain dead because of a traumatic brain injury.