Alex Alexander specialises in strategy, finance and operational execution within the healthcare market across Sub-Saharan Africa, Mauritius and India. He has over 12 years experience across the streams of Corporate Finance, Accounting, Business Development and Operations in the healthcare sector. The majority of this experience has been with Fortis Healthcare Limited where he led a variety of finance, marketing, business development and operational teams.
Through Fortis’ association with the CIEL Group, he was deputed as the General Manager at International Hospital Kampala (IHK). Following the successful turnaround of IHK in just 20 months, Alex has now joined CIEL Healthcare Africa, fully-owned subsidiary of CIEL Healthcare Limited (in association with Fortis) as its MD. Alex holds a Bachelors degree in Commerce from Delhi University and an MBA specialising in Finance from the University of Lincoln, UK.
Dr Muhame is one of the team of four paediatricians at IHK and has been with the hospital for the better part of the last 10 years.
Following completion of basic medical school training at Makerere University in 2005, he completed the mandatory one year of internship in 2006 and came to work with IHK.
Following a short stint at the hospital, he was deployed to Gulu to open the IMC clinic there and later to South Sudan where he ran the IHK Juba Clinic for 4 months before returning to IHK.
Following his return to IHK and upon the departure of the then Director of Clinical Services in early 2007, he was appointed as a Clinical Manager, reporting to the Director of Clinical Operations at the time. In this position, he was directly responsible for the day to day operations in all the clinical service areas of the hospital. He stayed in this post till Aug 2008 when he returned to Makerere University for post graduate training in Paediatrics supported by a scholarship from IHK. During the subsequent three years, he kept a foot at IHK where he worked as a part time medical officer.
Herbert’s career spans 13 years in marketing in telecommunications and healthcare industries. Herbert joined the International Medical Group in 2008 as Director of Sales and Marketing for IAA Healthcare, before his recent appointment as General Manager. He holds a degree in Business Administration (Marketing).
Joel Oroni holds a Bachelors degree in Information Technology and has several postgraduate qualifications including one in hospital management obtained from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmebad. Joel has held several positions within International Medical Group since joining, including IMC Practice Manager and IMC
Business Manager before going on to become General Manager.
Dr Clarke is a Queens University Belfast graduate. He worked in family practice in Northern Ireland and went on to study tropical medicine at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. He founded Kiwoko Mission Hospital in Luweero, Uganda in 1988 before setting up the first International Medical Centre in 1996; this was the beginning of the International Medical Group. Dr Clarke also completed a Masters in Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Dr Clarke has authored several books and is a columnist for the Sunday Vision. He sits on the boards of various organisations including the Uganda Healthcare Federation. He recently established the Clarke Group which operates across various clusters including education.