Joint Managing Director, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited
A member of the founding family, Sangita Reddy joined the Group in 1983 as a management Trainee to later assume the role of an Executive Assistant to her father, Dr. Prathap C Reddy, Chairman, Apollo Hospitals Group. For almost two decades since, as Executive Director Operations, Sangita headed in every department of the hospital and led the human resources portfolio. Sangita has been pivotal in directing operations for the entire Apollo Hospitals and under her able stewardship Apollo Hospitals in Hyderabad emerged as Asia’s first Health City. Sangita Reddy was elevated to the position of Joint Managing Director, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited where she assumed greater organizational responsibilities which included creating an IT enabled patient centric operation across the Apollo footprint. She is also the Chairperson of Apollo Knowledge and Apollo Sugar Clinics. She is a member of the prestigious World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Digital Health. Sangita Reddy is the Head of Andhra Pradesh State for the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce(FICCI) and has served as National head for a period of two years and currently is the head of the Services committee. She has also been elected Member of the Steering Committee on Health for the Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012–2017) by the Planning Commission, Government of India. She has received the `Young Manager of the Year’ award from the Hyderabad Management Association and in 2005–06 was awarded the Top Woman Entrepreneur in Andhra Pradesh. She has won other accolades which include the ‘Hyderabad Women of the Decade Achievers’ award from ASSOCHAM Ladies League for ‘Excellence in Business and Healthcare’, ‘Women Power & Entrepreneurship’. Sangita is also a Director of AHIL, PCR Investments Limited, Apollo Health and Lifestyle, Apollo Mumbai Hospitals Limited, Medvarsity Online Limited, Family Health Plan and Apollo Health Resources Limited. Sangita Reddy graduated in Science with Honours from the Women’s Christian College in Chennai, India. She had taken post-graduate and executive courses in Hospital Administration from Rutgers University, Harvard University and the National Singapore University, Singapore.