Medgate Today survey features top women leaders in healthcare sector

The Medgate Today magazine in its latest edition featured in-depth illustrations about the top women leaders in healthcare

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New Delhi: While the world is evolving, women are still lagging behind when it comes to leadership roles in business. Today, few women are in Health Minister/Director /WHO/CEO/COO/Health Secretariat roles at Fortune 500 companies, making up 5.2 percent of the female population, according to a report by research. The stats stay virtually the same for women CEOs Women executives rarely have an opportunity to come together and share their leadership experiences in a learning environment that has direct relevance and personal impact.

In this backdrop, the Medgate Today magazine in its latest edition featured in-depth illustrations about the top women leaders in healthcare. Considering the priority to project the most iconic personalities within the healthcare sector due to their impeccable contributions of work and medical marvels, the magazine has featured the top personalities who strive and inspire the healthcare fraternity for excellence and new discoveries in the field of medical science.

The names are Anupriya Patel- Health Minister State, Dr Minnie Bodhanwala, CEO, Wadia Hospital-Mumbai; Dr Manisha Karmakar, COO, Ruby Hall-Pune; Monika Gupta, Director, SIPL, New Delhi; Dr Rita Bakshi, Chair Person, IFC, New Delhi; Mala Vazirani, Executive Director, Transasia; Preeti Sudan, Health Secretary; Dr Sadiya Vanjara, HOD, Noor Hospital, Mumbai; Dr Santawna Vernekar, Founder, Q Team; Dr Vidushi Pandey – Kota; Dr Poonam Khetarpal Singh- Regional Director, WHO; Dr S Khanna – President, Dharamshila Foundation; Dr Nelam Kler, New Delhi; Pushpa Vijayaraghvan, Hyderabad; Dr Pallavi Jain Govil, Health Commissioner, Bhopal; Meena Ganesh, CEO, Portea; Dr Soumya Swaminathan, Deputy Director, WHO,Geneva and Dr Shilpa Desai, MD,C4 Wellness, Mumbai.