Satiadass joins PRG as COO of healthcare division


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KUALA LUMPUR: PRG Holdings Bhd has appointed Professor Datuk Seri Dr Satiadass Vethanayagam as chief operating officer (COO) of its healthcare division.

Satiadass is a specialist with more than 28 years of experience in hospital start-up, commissioning, turnaround, financial improvement, design and planning, project management, administration and operations and quality.

Prior to joining PRG, Satiadass was the general nanager for NSCMH Medical Centre (Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia). He has also held the CEO position for three different hospitals, namely Bareen International Hospital (Abu Dhabi, UAE), Kinta Medical Centre (Ipoh, Malaysia), and Perak Community Specialist Hospital (Ipoh, Malaysia). 

“We are all very pleased that Satiadass has joined the company. His leadership positions and vast experience in hospital administration, management, and operations will further enhance the company’s expertise as well as push our foray into the healthcare sector,” group managing director Datuk Lua Choon Han said in a statement. 

Satiadass holds a double PhD in Healthcare Administration from University of Houston, USA, and University of Madras, India, as well as a Masters of Business Administration from University of Leicester, UK.
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