Shares of Apollo Hospitals Enterprises Ltd witnessed a significant boost, surging by 5 percent to reach Rs 5,132, extending their gains for the second consecutive day. The surge in trading activity was notable, with 8 lakh shares changing hands, more than double the one-week average of 3 lakh.
At 12:50 pm, the shares continued their upward trajectory, trading 5.01% higher at ₹5,132.00, reflecting investor confidence in the healthcare major’s latest initiative.
In a recent development, Apollo Hospitals launched the Apollo Stroke Network, a specialized program tailored to address the specific neurological needs of patients. Suneetha Reddy, the Managing Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, emphasized the critical importance of time in stroke cases, stating that the hospitals’ stroke response model is designed with this principle in mind.
The launch event, graced by notable personalities such as Justice K. Kumaresh Babu of Madras High Court, Vinay (GST Deputy Commissioner, Chennai), Bharathi Baskar (Tamil orator and public speaker), Senthil (actor), and Rajmohan (motivational speaker), showcased the comprehensive structure of the Apollo Stroke Network. Srinivasan Paramasivam, Head of Neuroendovascular Surgery at Apollo Hospitals, highlighted that the network would offer advanced care for neuroendovascular treatment, including procedures like Mechanical Thrombectomy and Endovascular and Microsurgical treatment for haemorrhagic stroke.