• Gilbert Bejjani

    Dr Bejjani holds his Medical Degree from the Free University of Brussels, and is board certified in Anaesthesiology. His training included an Interuniversity Certificate in Pain Medicine from the Catholic University of Leuven, a European Diploma in Baromedicine and a Cardiac Ultrasound Certification from University of Paris XII. He has published work in the field of pharmacokinetics of intravenous drugs in anaesthesia. He is head of anaesthesiology department at the Basilique Clinique and COO for the Operating Theatres. An accomplished Hospital Manager, he is Medical Director and Executive Director at the Basilique Clinic-CHIREC hospital group and has a degree in Management of Health Institutions. He is also certified in Health Economics and Medical Management; followed an Executive Education on Innovating Health at INSEAD; and is member of ACHE. He is engaged in Health issues, Leadership, and Innovation in the medical field in multiple Belgian institutions. He is also engaged in Health issues as an active Board Member in many associations including the Belgian Association of Hospital Managers, the Anesthesiology Professional Association, the Belgian Association of Ambulatory Surgery, the EBA-UEMS, the Anesthesiology Section of UEMS and as a Physicians’ representative in several committees at NIHDI and the Ministry of Public Health in Belgium. He is General Secretary of the Belgian Association of Physicians’ Syndicates and President of its Brussels Division.

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    Anesthesiologist – Head of Department, Chief Medical Officer, Executive Director Basilique Clinic, CHIREC, Belgium

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