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Apollo Hospitals aims to take pharmacy store count to 3,000: Report

Apollo Hospitals is reportedly eyeing to achieve a target of around 3,000 stores in the next six months. In this regards, the company has accelerated its pharmacy expansion during the current financial year.

The company is planning to add a total of 300 store a year from this year, as compared to the 200 stores per year growth until last year. The company has already added 191 stores in the first half of the financial year, which is significantly higher than what it added last year. The healthcare major manages the largest organised pharmacy retail chain in the country with around 2,742 outlets as on September 30, 2017.

Apollo Hospitals Enterprise owns and operates chain of multi-specialty hospitals. It offers the services in the area of cardiology, cardiothoracic, orthopedics and joint replacement, spine surgery, oncology, etc.

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