New Delhi: The Excellence is rarely found and more rarely valued. New Delhi, India based; Six Sigma Healthcare is awarded “Asia Biggest Honour” “ASIAN HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT AWARD 2016” at Sheraton Hotel, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam . The award was given by the PROF. LUONG NGOC, Director General, Ministry of Health, Republic of VIETNAM and PROF. NGUYEN THI, Health Minister of VIETNAM to DR. PRADEEP BHARDWAJ, CEO & Medical Director : Six Sigma High Altitude Medical Services. Such awards for Indians are an inspiration for millions people in India, who strive to do better in healthcare management. Their Success Story is the guiding beacon for so many aspiring to do well, especially in foreign lands. To reckon and highlight individual achievements of people from various walks of life, who have scored great and significant achievements in their respective fields by honoring them with Asia Hospital Management Awards.
The Asian Hospital Management Award 2016 is given to “Six Sigma Healthcare, Delhi” for their notable contributions in healthcare management and high altitude medical rescue services. This award is known as “OSCAR OF ASIAN HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY”. After a rigorous nomination process, The jury (29 Judges from 14 Countries) tough internal – external audit, deep analysis and top level juries judgment, winner is selected. “GREAT ACHIEVEMENTS sometimes requires enduring Extreme Discomfort, and that’s when REAL LEADERSHIP is TESTED, VALIDATED & PROVEN, Said Dr. Pradeep Bhardwaj.
The Chairman of Asian Hospital Management Award, Mr. Ashok Nath & Ms. Paula Wilson, President & CEO, Joint Commission International, USA appreciated the medical rescue task of Six Sigma Healthcare.
ABOUT AWARD : The Asian Hospital Management Awards recognizes and honors hospitals in Asia that implement best hospital practices. Now in its fifteenth year, it is the accepted hospital management awards program for the Asia Pacific region.
ABOUT SIX SIGMA HEALTHCARE : Dr. Pradeep Bhardwaj, Medical Director, Six Sigma team has done an excellent Extra ordinary work for the welfare of the society by providing free –“High Altitude Medical Rescue Services” up to the height of 24500 ft. at Moutnt Everest during Nepal Earthquake 2015 and Kailash Mansarover Yatra (15500 feet) in China. He is the first to reach at Mount Everest base camp to rescue the people at the height of more then 24000 feet. The major medical operations are “Uttrakhand Flood – 2013, Shri Amarnath Yatra-2014, Nepal Earthquake- 2015, Kailash Manasarover Yatra – at Nathula Sikkim- 2015 and Manimahesh Yatra- 2015 at Himachal Pardesh.