Philips appoints Rohit Sathe as President of Philips India Healthcare

first_img News MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Share The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals By salil sule on December 20, 2017 Related Posts Read Articlecenter_img Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha He will be a part of the Philips India Leadership team, effective from December 4, 2017Philips India, announced the appointment of Rohit Sathe as President – Philips India Healthcare, effective from December 4, 2017. Sathe will be a part of the Philips India Leadership team and will be responsible for bringing in leadership experience, and extensive industry knowledge to contribute to Philips’ overall growth plans. He will oversee key initiatives to improve access to healthcare in the areas of prevention, diagnostics and treatment. The appointment is set to augment Philips’ leadership position and reinforce its market presence with significant value-addition for customers.Rohit Sathe has almost two decades of work experience in the healthcare, construction and e-learning industries in India and UK. He has joined Philips India Healthcare from Johnson & Johnson Medical India (JJMI) where his last role was Senior Director of Strategy, Key Accounts and International (SAARC) Business. During his 12+ years tenure at J&J, he worked in the Cardiology, Orthopaedics and Neuro segments. His achievements include launching coronary drug eluting stents (DES), integrating the recently acquired Synthes business into J&J and turning around and improving profitability of the Trauma and Neuro businesses. His rich experience in sales, marketing, strategy and project management across diverse industries will help Philips move closer to its target of touching 200 million patients in India by 2025.Welcoming Rohit on board, Daniel Mazon, Vice Chairman & MD, Philips India said, “We are happy to welcome Rohit Sathe to the Philips India family. Rohit brings a legacy of outstanding customer focused experience and in-depth knowledge of healthcare. I am confident that with his solid background in strategy, commercial execution and his passion for talent development, he will propel Philips India’s growth further across various markets. We will continue to invest in our leaders to ensure we have a strong foundation to support our customers, strategic plans and double digit growth.”Commenting on his new role at Philips India, Rohit said, “I am thrilled to be a part of the Philips family and I am excited with our continued endeavour to provide people with a healthy and improved lifestyle. I look forward to working closely with Daniel and the entire team at Philips, and helping the company achieve its full potential in the Indian market, while strengthening relationships with government and other key stakeholders. “Apart from his professional career, Rohit also enjoys long distance running, experimenting with different cuisines and spending time with his family and friends. Philips appoints Rohit Sathe as President of Philips India Healthcare Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025last_img read more

Garden Gnomes take to the Streets in Inman Park Parade

first_img ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party For Whom The Bell Rings Hundreds of people dressed as garden gnomes, complete with pointy red hats are marching down the road. It’s all part of an annual attempt to break the world record for largest gnome march. Atlanta artist Chantelle Ritter is captain of the Krewe of the Greatful Gluttons, a social club that organizes the march. “Well of course I have hopes that we’re going to break the record, though it’s an impossible number of gnomes. But anything is possible. We are never going to give up. We are gonna do this year after year because it is ridiculous fun and we are silly people”Unfortunately with only 264 gnomes, they didn’t even come close. The record is currently held by Great Britain with 478 gnomes.Aleck Ragsdale WABE News Share Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility 0:42 | Play story Add to My ListIn My List Related Storieslast_img read more

A deserved point – Johnson

first_imgThe 0-0 draw with Derby County on Friday night means City have overcome their run of defeats and recorded their first points of the calendar year.The Rams wasted a number of opportunities with Frank Fielding and Luke Steele producing exceptional saves to deny them, but City were also unable to capitalise on the break.The Robins also survived late calls for a penalty as the referee judged Rams substitute Cameron Jerome to have dived.After watching the video evidence, Johnson believes a penalty should have been awarded.But when asked if the point was deserved, Johnson told BCTV: “I think it was. I think we rode our luck a little bit with the penalty when Rams TV decided to replay it which is out of order because you’re not supposed to do it.”I thought the boys worked extremely hard against a flying Derby County who have a very experienced squad. They’ve bought a new striker in (Jerome) who is a good player for the Championship so we needed to stop that tiny rut that we were in.”I thought we did that very well. We had some good chances of our own where we didn’t quite connect as well as we hoped but the attitude and application from the players was very good. I’m excited about the future.”last_img read more