Apollo Hospitals

Working at Apollo Hospitals: Company Overview and Reviews

Apollo Hospitals
Apollo Hospitals
3.2
40 reviews
Apollo Hospitals Ratings
3.2
Average rating of 40 reviews on Indeed
3.2Work-Life Balance
2.9Pay & Benefits
3.2Job Security & Advancement
3.2Management
3.3Culture
Headquarter
Chennai
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
More than $10B (USD)
Industry
Health Care

Popular jobs at Apollo Hospitals

 Average SalarySalary Range
Receptionist/Administrative Assistant
2 Salaries reported
$25.00
per hour
$12.50-$37.50
Registered Nurse
1 Salaries reported
$36.00
per hour
$18.00-$54.00
Typist
1 Salaries reported
$15.00
per hour
$7.50-$22.50
Supervisor
1 Salaries reported
$32,000
per year
$16,000-$48,000
Senior Operations Manager
1 Salaries reported
$50,000
per year
$25,000-$75,000
Salary Satisfaction
52%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 70 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Discounts

Apollo Hospitals Reviews

Overall Reviews at Apollo Hospitals

4.0
Registered Nurse | The Woodlands, TX | Aug 28, 2018
Staff Nurse at Apollo Hospital
Apollo was a small hospital. 10 beds and Oncology suite, with one day surgery and ER. I felt like they gave you opportunity for change and advancement if you wanted. I learned a lot while working there. Returning to the hospital setting after a few years and so many changes along the way. But, they always made you feel comfortable to ask questions and were available for more education if needed.
Prosopportunity for different departments if you wanted to change
ConsNight shift was not for me. Was glad when I had the opportunity to transfer to days.
1.0
Mental Health Technician | Baton Rouge, LA | Aug 24, 2019
Ratio is not fair for one tech
24 patients for four hours is not real management does not talk to their employees with dignity. Your job status is always on the line. Full time status goes strait to PRN. Where do they do that at
ProsNo pros
ConsManagement sucks
1.0
Emergency Room Technician | The Woodlands, TX | Dec 3, 2019
Horrible
The facility was run extremely poorly for years until the company was bought out by CHI St. Lukes. All three facilities were shut down just after being purchased.
1.0
Laboratory Technician | New York, NY | Sep 7, 2019
Worst place to work.
The corporate culture of Apollo(Belapur,Navi Mumbai) maybe best for patients/beneficiary,but a nightmare for employees. The working shifts are horrible,the working conditions so hectic,the seniors (pathologists,HOD,HR) are the hunters who take a whiplash at you time and again,and best part is the management is least bothered about nothing.
1.0
Registered Nurse | The Woodlands, TX | May 2, 2020
Fraudulent
We got paid by a personal check from the owner of the facility and sometimes the checks bounced. He was committing fraud and cheated us out of lots of money and in addition to that the work environment was unsafe for patients and employees
5.0
Office Assistant | Secretary, MD | Oct 1, 2019
Very fun and busy always good change chances to our performance
Good care and very good customer support customer service good knowledge of the Business management Good freedom and given 3 times food and free transportation.
Pros3 times in given all staff good food
ConsEvery year free medical checkups and yearly ones 10 thousand rupees free medicine
4.0
Human Resources Coordinator | Baton Rouge, LA | Jan 16, 2020
Team players
The caring and attitude of all team members that work here make you feel welcome. The location is in a centralized area. Everyone works together for the purpose of the company to succeed and to always become better.
1.0
Charge Nurse | Baton Rouge, LA | Jun 28, 2019
Poor work place
Not a good place to work. They don’t follow protocol for admission Pay is very poor. Short handed all the time They let LPNs make decisions that a RN is responsible fir
4.0
Supervisor | Baton Rouge, LA | Mar 15, 2019
comfortable
I enjoy working at Apollo, I have been employed for awhile the pay could increase a bit but I am honestly happy with my job. Your job is what you make it.
5.0
Registered Nurse | Ward, AR | Apr 12, 2020
It was my pleasure to work with Apolllo
It was very pleasure to work with Apollo as it’s one of the top most group of hospital chain group.All staffs and management was very friendly and was always there to give directions.

Questions And Answers about Apollo Hospitals

What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Apollo Hospitals?
Asked Apr 25, 2017
Be fair and honest for capable person By HRD
Answered Nov 21, 2019
Be confident in your experience and demand to be paid accordingly
Answered Nov 19, 2019
How often do raises occur at Apollo Hospitals?
Asked Jan 7, 2017
Every year
Answered Jun 6, 2019
Every year
Answered Nov 21, 2017
How did you feel about telling people you worked at Apollo Hospitals?
Asked Jan 18, 2017
Enjoyed , learned , earned confidence and working for self
Answered Nov 7, 2017
The People were over worked competent professionals
Answered Aug 30, 2017
On average, how many hours do you work a day at Apollo Hospitals?
Asked Jan 1, 2019
8-12 hours a day
Answered Mar 15, 2019
10 to 12 hours
Answered Jan 1, 2019
What is the most stressful part about working at Apollo Hospitals?
Asked Jan 7, 2017
Less staffs, more work load
Answered Oct 24, 2017
The clients was not education as citie's Therefore ,make them understand is very difficult part.
Answered Jan 7, 2017