Fortis Healthcare Limited (Fortis) has appointed Anil Vinayak as its new Group Chief Operating Officer (GCOO). He will lead operations for Fortis at a group level and will be based out of the Corporate Office of Fortis in Gurugram, Haryana.
Vinayak is a seasoned professional with a career spanning 32 years and a successful leadership record across financial services, consumer products and healthcare.
in his earlier stints, he has served senior roles in global as well as Indian organizations and has been associated with Asian Paints (India) Limited, American Express Bank Ltd, Mastercard International and Europe Assistance India.
Vinayak has strong experience in operations management, team building, organizational transformation, product development, business development and partnerships, which will undoubtedly enable him to be effective in this role.
Most recently, he was working with Max Healthcare Institute Limited as Senior Director & Chief Operating Officer – Cluster 1.
Vinayak holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from Punjab University and a post graduate diploma in management from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.
Speaking on the appointment, Dr Ashutosh Raghuvanshi, MD & CEO, Fortis, said, "We are delighted to welcome Mr. Anil Vinayak, as our new GCOO. With a proven track record as a successful leader in operations, he has consistently delivered results over the years. Mr. Vinayak also has a deep understanding of marketing operations. I have tremendous confidence in Mr. Vinayak's capability to align Fortis's world-class patient care with global best strategies to drive and extend the next phase of Fortis's market leadership."
"This is a challenging period for the entire nation, and particularly for the healthcare industry. I am assuming responsibility at a time when we have a significant role to play in supporting the government and our communities in handling the pandemic. I am honored to have this opportunity and look forward to building on the strong foundation of a reputed brand such as Fortis, highly committed clinical and non-clinical talent, strong values and pan-India hospital network to achieve our objectives", stated Vinayak.
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