Apollo Hospital School of Nursing was established in the year 1993 under Andhra Pradesh Nursing Council Vide No. APNMC/GNT/4935/93 Dated 21/10/1993 and accorded permission from Indian Nursing Council vide letter No. 20-16/94-INC Dated 25/06/1996.
Apollo Hospital School of Nursing is a group of Apollo Hospitals Educational and Research Foundation and is attached to Apollo Hospitals Hyderabad (previously called Apollo Hospitals) situated in the campus of Apollo Hospitals, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
Executive Body of the Institute
- President – Dr.Prathap C Reddy
- Vice-President – Mr.G.Surender Reddy
- General Secretary – Mrs.Sangita Reddy
- Trustee – Mr.Umapathy, I.A.S
- Trustee – Mr.Konda Visweswar Reddy
Accreditation – Our Institute has accreditation from the Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi and Andhra Pradesh Nursing Council, Director of Medical Education, Hyderabad
Apollo Hospital School of Nursing offers a 3 ½ years Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery course for all prospective students who would like to make a career in corporate hospitals in nursing and other areas of the health sector. This course prepares students to deliver quality nursing care, in a high technology environment. General Nursing and Midwifery programme is a skill-oriented programme.
Apollo Hospital School of Nursing has a specially designed building as per the Indian Nursing Council norms. The infrastructure is based on world-class standards. The curriculum is prescribed by the Indian Nursing Council and all their guidelines are followed. Apollo Hospital School of Nursing has talented teaching staff who maintain high academic standards. Since the school is situated on the campus of a super speciality hospital that has a number of highly talented staff, the students are exposed to world-class hospital facilities for their clinical education.
Apollo Hospitals Group is committed to providing the patients with the best possible health care, by bringing the international standard of medical facilities within the reach of the common man. Every day the world of medicine witnessed a new development. A new drug is discovered … a new technique mastered … new equipment is used and a move towards the latest advancement. It is in this environment of high technology and skill that we would like our students to develop into a new generation of nurses. With commitment and dedication nurses are trained to have an in-depth meaningful knowledge, in touch with the latest international techniques, developments and most important of all – caring and committed N U R S E S who will dedicate themselves to the cause of our country, our state and to all suffering humanity.