Contribution of Jorge Moll in Health Diagnostic Industry

Jorge Moll is a Brazilian entrepreneur and a cardiologist who in 1977 started health diagnostics imaging laboratory and revolutionizes it to be the biggest lab operators and hospital in Brazil. Jorge Moll is 72 years and is married with nine children. He attended the University of Federal do Rios De Janeiro for his master’s in public health.

 

Jorge Moll sold some of its stakes in Group BTG Pactal, GIC and Carle Group in 2010 and 2015. Jorge Moll`s Rio de Janeiro business has over 5 000 beds in approximately 35 hospitals across Brazil (LinkedIn). Jorge Moll owned 55 percent of all the shares in hospitals. Additionally, Jorge Moll took over another hospital group called Sao Paulo Hospital found in Sao Luiz. The hospital belonged to his friend, Andrew Esteves.

 

Carle Group bought 8.3 percent of shares from Jorge Moll`s company. The company has grown bigger having more than 4 500 beds in almost 27 hospitals across Brazil. Furthermore, the number of patients receive in the hospitals as well as emergency rooms is estimated to be 2 million. The company has 30 oncology clinics. Jorge Moll retired as the Chief Executive Officer of the group and assume as the chairman of the board in 2104.

Jorge Molly hires Heraclitus Brito as the CEO of the company in 2014. Heraclitus was the President of Qualicorp. In 2014, Jorge Moll`s business got a loan of about $255 million from World Bank International Finance Corporation (AFC) Jorge Moll secured this loan as part of the plan to expand his business. In 2015, the Singapore`s sovereign wealth fund purchase 11.7 percent of shares from his business.

 

The hospital provides general medical services such as surgery, emergency exam and diagnostic services. The oncology clinic centers also provide some services such as treatment of cancer, diagnosis, and prevention. This holding company has its headquarters in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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