Jasdeep Singh made COO at Columbia Asia Hospitals

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| India 18 May 2017 | Asia Samachar
Jasdeep SIngh: Columbia Asia Hospital COOhealth

Columbia Asia Hospitals Pvt Ltd, an international private healthcare company with a presence in Malaysia, India and Indonesia, has appointed Jasdeep Singh as its new COO.

It has also appointed Dr Nandakumar Jairam as its new CEO. Both appointments are effective April 2017.

Jasdeep Singh comes with 17 years of experience in operations & P&L management and has worked with brands including Fortis Healthcare Ltd. He joined Columbia Asia Hospitals, from his position as the CEO at Milann-The Fertility Centre, according to one report.

Jasdeep Singh comes with 17 years of experience in operations & P&L management and has worked with brands including Fortis Healthcare Ltd. He joined Columbia Asia Hospitals, from his position as the CEO at Milann-The Fertility Centre, according to one report.

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Graduating in Hotel Management from the Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration, Singh pursued MBA from Ohio-Manipal School of Business. This apart, among his other accomplishments, he has done a certificate course in Hospital Management from IIM Ahmedabad and a Hospital Management Program from Singapore Management University, Singapore.

In the last 17 years of his professional journey, he has worked in large healthcare players such as Manipal Hospitals and Fortis Healthcare Ltd. At Fortis, he grew the ranks by working in different functions as well as in multiple hospitals. He has been instrumental in creating process efficiency in hospital operations and led various multi-specialty hospitals including the flagship hospital – Fortis Memorial Research Institute at Gurgaon.

Columbia Asia Hospital, owned by US-based investment fund International Columbia USA LLC (ICU), started operations in 1996.

Currently it has 28 medical facilities across Asia; 11 in Malaysia, 11 in India, 3 in Vietnam and 3 in Indonesia.

The company believes in setting up mid-size hospitals built in residential areas for accessibility and efficiency, and to better serve the respective communities. This also helps keep costs down for consumers with no compromise on healthcare quality, modern amenities and highly-trained teams of specialists and nurses, according to information at its website.

 

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