Indian Hospital Opens a Center in Cambodia

Apollo Hospitals, an Indian hospital group, will launch its telemedicine center in Phnom Penh this evening, according to a press release AKP received yesterday.

The Apollo Telemedicine Center in Phnom Penh will train the local doctors and would encourage more Cambodians to travel to its facilities in India for complicated medical procedures, it added.

The center would also allow Apollo to train local doctors either in India or via company online training platform, it underlined.

Apollo Hospitals was established in Chennai, in 1983 with 150-bed and today it operates 9,215 beds across 64 hospitals. It has touched the lives of over 45 million patients from 121 countries.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press