Symbiosis International University
MEDICAL SUPERITENDENT IN SYMBIOSIS , PUNEOCT 2013 – NOV 2013
Health Care Management , Administration , Recruitment , Liasion
-Organised Medical Coverfor Symbiosis International University Convocation & Pune International Marathon
COLONELININDIAN ARMY: NOV 2004 – SEP 2013
Hospital management, Quality and Standards, Image Management.
- Commanding Officer, Military Hospital Lansdowne ( Uttaranchal )
- Chief Medical Officer, Armament Research Development Establishment, DRDO, (Pune )
- Senior Medical Officer, 35 Border Roads Task Force, J&K
- Medical Officer and Departmental Head, In Charge of Accident, Casualty, OPD; Military Hospital Jodhpur ( Rajasthan )
ØControlled tasks of coordinating, supervising and managing the entire medical facility, resources, and staff to maintain appropriate quality, standards and practices of the health organization.
- Medico-legal cases: Disposed approximately 50 cases efficiently, putting the investigations on the right track with the right Medico-Legal wisdom.
·Systems and Process: Developed improved medicine Supply Management Systems ensuring no medicine wastage, and timely availability of all supplies and medical equipment in the hospital.
- Audits: Participated regularly in medical audit.
- Reimbursements: Medical member of the board of officers for reimbursement of bills.
ØAdjudged as the “best department of the hospital” in all aspects, in the inter-departmental competition. As a departmental head, initiated a strategy to reorganize the Accident and Emergency department adopting a patient centric approach, which achieved a high level of clientele satisfaction.
ØLed a team of 3 doctors, 5 nurses & 70 para-medical staff to supervise the health of the entire station. Managed activities related to patients operations and provided medical services to about 800+ persons.
ØAppreciated by seniors, for improved functioning of activities related with: patients operations, availability of staff and medicines at the OPD, resolving administrative conflicts and personnel issues, and, recruitment, training and retention of doctors, nurses and paramedical staff.
ØStrengthened hospital image and achieved organization prescribed goals by: motivating team-work and disciplined manners; and, prioritizing health and security awareness amongst all categories of staff.
ØConceptualized an innovative solution, by which sales of the canteen increased by almost 50%, and the profit so made, turned around the financial position of the hospital to make funds available for the welfare of the patients, staff and improvement of the institution.
ØSelected as a speaker to give a talk to a large audience of medical & non-medical persons on “Effective Communication” in a health-care setup, which was highly appreciated.
LT. COLONEL IN INDIAN ARMY AUG 1994– OCT 2004
Recruitment, Administration, Training, Liaison.
- Senior recruiting Medical Officer, HQ Recruiting Zone ( Calcutta )
- Second-in-command, Field Ambulance, Damana, Jammu (J&K)
- Medical Officer,Military Hospital, Secunderabad (A.P.)
ØOrganised disaster management drills, security awareness programmes, military and medical trainings, for civilian doctors, nurses and paramedical staff of district hospital in Punjab. Specially appreciated for demonstration of “treatment and evacuation of casualties during disaster management”, organized for district hospital.
ØManaged recruitment of nearly 1500 personnel for the Indian Army from the eastern states of India.
ØReduced the number of recruits who were boarded out of Army on medical grounds to near zero, by building in measurement of medical fitness, in the recruitment and selection process.
ØLiaised, co-operated and maintained good relationships with other military, civil and medical establishments. Encouraged an environment-friendly establishment through tree planation drives and maintenance of garden and greenery of hospital complex.
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE HIGHLIGHTS:
CAPTAIN, MAJOR IN INDIAN ARMY
-Medical Officer, Army Hospital Delhi Cantt. , 29 Medical Battalion (Leh, Ladakh), 2121 Feild Ambulance (Kargil, Ladakh), RRRC ( Rajpuitana Rifles Regimental Centre, New Delhi ), Corps Medical Officer ( Assam )
ØFunctioned as a competent medical officer, diagnosing & treating medical disorders, injuries & diseases; preventing illness; maintaining hygiene and sanitation of military camps / establishment; and promoting good health of about 800+ troop and family members.
·Ensured survival; no deaths , no cold injuries, no high altitudes medical problems like high altitude pulmonary oedema (HAPO) of all military personal of the camp; whilst functioning in hostile conditions, difficult terrain of high altitude and snow bound areas.