Apollo expects 2,000 organ transplants a yr by 2024, sees 20% sector growth

Company announces completion of 23,000 transplants on Friday; contributes to 12% of total transplants in India

Apollo Hospitals

Shine Jacob Chennai

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Apollo, the world’s largest vertically integrated healthcare provider which contributes to around 12 per cent of the total organ transplants in India, expects the number of organ transplants by the company to touch 2,000 cases a year for the first time by 2024, and a 20 per cent per annum spike in the number of transplants in India.  

This rise will mainly be driven by higher adoption of technologies like robotics in the near future, said a top Apollo executive on Friday. The company on Friday announced the completion of 23,000 transplants since the inception of the Apollo Transplant Programme.

After clocking over 1,200 transplants annually since 2012, the programme reached new heights with 1,641 transplants in 2022, showcasing outstanding

First Published: Jul 21 2023 | 3:36 PM IST

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