Friday, 20 October 2017

Macquarie University inks collaboration with Apollo

08 September 2017 | News

As part of this collaboration, students from Macquarie MD will complete five months of clinical learning at Apollo Hospitals in Hyderabad as part of their degree.

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Australia's Macquarie University announced the launch of a strategic collaboration with Apollo Hospitals to facilitate long-term academic exchanges between the two organisations.

As part of this collaboration, students from Macquarie's four-year graduate-entry Doctor of Medicine program, the Macquarie MD, will complete five months of clinical learning at Apollo Hospitals in Hyderabad as part of their degree.
 
Macquarie University conferred an honorary doctorate to Apollo Hospitals joint MD Sangita Reddy in recognition of her work in Indian healthcare.
 
Commenting on the partnership, Apollo Hospitals chairman and founder Prathap C Reddy stated that the disease profiles of the two countries are completely different, providing students with an enriching learning experience. 
 
Professor S Bruce Dowton, vice-chancellor,Macquarie University mentioned that Apollo's long-standing experience in the delivery of medical training, underpinned by its commitment to the achievement of excellence in clinical care, made it the perfect partner for the MD program.
 

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