Highlights of ‘Apollo Clinic’ Project
Apollo Clinic could be a great opportunity for you to be a part of a bold and historic chapter in Indian healthcare. As you will realize, the project is an extremely attractive investment proposition.Apollo Clinic will have consultation services like General Medicine, Gynaecology, Paediatrics and Cardiology through a team of full-time physicians and visiting consultants available for General Surgery, Dentistry, Gastroenterology, Urology, Dermatology, and Orthopaedics along with counselling services in areas like Diet and Nutrition along with Hospital Information Centre and lab being operated by AHLL
Each Apollo Clinic has an area requirement of 4000 sqft carpet space and a Project Cost of Rs 2.75 Cr. The Project cost includes investment in Medical Equipment, Interiors and Furniture, Civil Modification, Air Conditioning, Electrical , Information technology (Hardware and Software), Lease Deposit ( if the premises are taken on rent), Preliminary and Pre-operative expenses, Working Capital Margin, Contingency Funds and License Fees to Apollo. The project is ideally funded on a 1:1 Debt Equity ratio. The debt has been taken for a period of Four years with a one-year moratorium on principal payment. Adequate amounts have been budgeted for infusion of fresh capital into the project over a period of Five years, for which duration the projections have been made.
Each Apollo Clinic is expected to have a turnover between Rs 1.0 to 1.5 Crore (depending on location) in the first year through diagnostics, consultations, health check packages and other revenue streams such as tele-medicine. The turnover is expected to double by the 4th year.
The salaries, rent, administration, interest, depreciation and power consumption are some of the main components of fixed cost, while material/consumable cost, working capital requirement, marketing and Operating License Fees are the variable costs involved.
Based on the need supply gap in a particular geographical region, you can opt for an expanded version of the base model, which will offer a host of additional services and will require higher investments.