Ms. Neha Mutha – MSc, Microbiology from UoP working as a Management Trainee (Operations) at Sancheti institute for Orthopaedic & Rehabilitation.
Doing a two years post graduate program at Sancheti Health Care Academy, helped me widen my skill set, developed business acumen, build stage confidence and be prepared to face the world. The design of Post Graduate Program in Health Care Services (PGPHS) is such that it teaches to manage time and prioritize. Extensive projects and internships, such as Ruby Hall Clinic Pune, made me adept at real time data generation, which in turn gave me an upper hand to get executive position at Sancheti Institute for Orthopaedic & Rehabilitation. It widen my practical knowledge and exposure. Being a part of student of organizing committee for HOSPICON was also a lot of fun along with learning.
I take this opportunity to thank Sancheti HealthCare Academy and all the faculty members for their constant guidance and support in shaping my career.
Mr. Rakesh Shah – Assistant Medical Officer at Jahangir Hospital, Pune
A journey from “Decision Follower to Decision Maker”. I was working with renowned multi-specialty hospital in Pune for two years. In this tenure I used to keep my boss happy, take care of my patients, befriend colleagues etc. But I had something missing from life. I wanted to take decisions rather than follow them. I wanted to feel the zeal to learn more and upgrade myself professionally in Booming Healthcare Industry and personally. I took admission for the Post Graduate Program in Healthcare Services at Sancheti Healthcare Academy which gave me a scope for adjusting to radical change in life. Not just did I upgrade myself to higher positions in the organization but also satisfied my urge to be decision, responsible and lead.
Thanks to Sancheti Healthcare Academy, I have grown and developed in all aspects of life.
|Alumni Name||Year of Passing UG from SHA||PG from and in subject||Presently working at||Email id|
|1||Laxmikant J Ekade||Oct/Nov 2004||MSc Applied Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal), Sheffield Hallam, University, Sheffield, UK||‘Senior Specialist Physiotherapist (Musculoskeletal)’ based in Newcastle Upon Tyne (Tyne & Wear), United Kingdom.|
|2||Kirti Joshi||2003-2007||masters in neurosciences from K J Somaiya college of Physiotherapy, Sion||paediatric set up at Pushpanjali Hospital and Research Centre, Agra.|
|3||Mugdha Hajarnis-Toke||2010||MSc Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) at the Glasgow Caledonian University||physiotherapy clinic and offering home based physiotherapy in Pune|
|5||Neha Chhabra||Manchester Metropolitan University, Uk||Portea Healthcare|
|6||Aashita Parekh||2003||Qi Spine clinic at Mumbai|
|7||Nithya Menon||Mpth Cardiorespiratory Sciences||Qatar|
|9||Deepika Metange||2005 for M.P.Th(Neuro) at Sancheti||Asst Professor, Terna Physiotherapy College, Navi Mumbai|
|11||Nilima Bedekar||PhD Physiotherapy 2010||Professor and Head, Dept of Musculoskeletal Sciences, SICOP|
|12||Ajinkya Mankar||Physiotherapist in Canada|
|13||Neha Kelkar||Physiotherapist in Canada|
|14||Gajanan Bhalerao||MPTh Neuro||Associate Professor and Head of Physiotherapy dept at SIOR|