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Dr. Simmardeep Singh Gill

Chief Operating Officer, CK Birla Hospitals

Dr. Simmardeep Singh Gill has almost 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry with a 17year tenure at Fortis Healthcare including its subsidiaries namely, Fortis International and Fortis Hospitals (ex Wockhardt Hospitals). He is a qualified Clinician and is proficient in building & leading teams and improving the efficiency & competitive performance of businesses. He has a proven ability to work in different cultures/regions and is a true team player.

During 2016/17 at Gurgaon, he managed Fortis’s flagship hospital, FMRI, which runs several top end tertiary care clinical programmes and contributes approximately 15% to Fortis Healthcare’s topline. Prior to his role at FMRI, he managed two tertiary care hospitals in the Delhi/NCR region namely Fortis Shalimar Bagh and Fortis Vasant Kunj.

During the period 2011-2015, he was the Chief Operating Officer, of Fortis Mauritius. As a Chief Operating Officer of the largest private sector hospital in Mauritius (held in a joint ownership between Fortis & CIEL Conglomerate of Mauritius) he was directly responsible for P&L of the company. During the course of his stay in Mauritius, he has travelled extensively in Africa speaking as faculty in various Healthcare conferences in different countries of the African subcontinent.

Message from Dr. Simmardeep Singh Gill

I believe that the scenario in the Healthcare Industry is always changing. The wave of change that the Healthcare Industry is presently riding is unique and different. In the past, changes have been driven by science, innovation and technology whereas today’s changes are based primarily on economic factors. Healthcare providers today need to be adept at delivering the best care at an affordable cost. However, I am optimistic about the future of the Healthcare Industry in India. The good news is we can do it! Healthcare professionals are the smartest, most innovative and conscientious people on earth. They are seizing the opportunity to change the old, costly ways of doing things and launching new approaches to patient care — ideas that may or may not work, but which most certainly need to be tried and evaluated. I feel the medical fraternity is driven by the common objective of improving the quality of life for every individual who walks through the door. According to me, and rightly so, there is no greater gift than that of good health.

Turning to the work being done at CK Birla Hospitals, we would say, in Eastern India, we are the destination for ‘Patient care with the best of clinical excellence’. We strongly believe that innovation and the adoption of new technologies are the touchstones of the advancement of the healthcare industry. These initiatives have enabled us to save countless patients and to maintain our focus on providing continuous quality healthcare.”

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