Murgessan Pillay appointed as new Oceania Hospitals CEO

Murgessan Pillay appointed as new Oceania Hospitals CEO

By Rashika Kumar
Thursday 03/02/2022
Murgessan Pillay - [Photo: Supplied]

Murgessan Pillay has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Oceania Hospitals.

Pillay took on this role after being in the Acting General Manager position for 3 months.

Oceania Hospitals Chairman, Dr. Wame Baravilala says they are fortunate to have someone with his capability leading the hospital at this time of its critical growth phase.

He says Pillay has over 10 years extensive business, leadership, governance and risk management experience.

Dr. Baravilala further says they look forward to his valuable contribution as they continue to build Oceania Hospitals into a premier medical services provider.

He adds the Board is confident that with Pillayโ€™s experience and strong leadership skills, Oceania will have smooth implementations of major initiatives planned for 2022.

Pillay was the Chief Financial Officer at Oceania Hospitals before taking on the role of acting General Manager. He was also the Chief Financial Officer at Williams and Gosling Group and was the Deputy CFO for BSP Life.

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