B-41/7, -Block Market Sector-31, Noida-201301


Executive Highlights as Administrator and Advisor :

Built solid track record of success leading various rapidly growing groups

Startegic Planning : Helped in designing, construction, running and development of various hospitals eg. HIMS (Dehradun), Kailash hospital (G.NOIDA), Sharda hospital (G.NOIDA), HIND institute of medical sciences (Lucknow), SG hospital (Ghaziabad) etc.

Tranformational Change : reinvigorated the VINAYAK hospital by developing patient care strategy that drove explosive growth in three years.

New Business Startups : Prepared and executed various projects starting from conceptualization, construction, commissioning and recruitment of various institutions, hospitals etc and made a cohesive team in smooth running and development of organization. Did procurement of equipments and instruments. Liasoning with government and corporate sector.

Academic and Research Activities : As a member of ASI attended various conferences and presented papers on subjects like:
Hydateted disease
Enteric perforation
Abdominal cocoon
Various case reports.
Carried a workshop on Laparoscopic hernia repair, hosted by Ethicon Act, Metro hospital Noida. It was attended by more than hundred surgeons of the area. As member and secretary of IMA, I was instrumental in constructing IMA building of NOIDA along with blood bank, residential and academic complex. Organized one day seminar on medical and MEDICO LEGAL INFORMATICS at Sharda hospital, which was inaugurated by justice Verma (Former Chief justice of India and chairman of NHRC).

Social Activities and Awards: Firm believer of socio-corporatism (it means everything can grow with the growth and development of society).

Keep organizing- health camps, health melas, baby shows, sports and cultural events etc.

Associated with NGOs like Masoom (looks after health of mentally retarded kids) and RAHI(it educates youth how to road traffic accident). Recipient of Raj Kumari Amrit Kaur National Award for Excellencies in the field of medicine, corporate citizen award for corporatization of healthcare industries .Along with these awards He received various awards and honors given by IMA, NGOs, social organization and various educational societies.

Hobbies : Sports, meeting and visiting new places, developing new organization like hospitals, NGOs, institutions and always ready to take up new challenges.


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