StanPlus, India’s leading healthcare emergency response platform, today announced the appointment of Dr. Navneet Singh as the Group Medical Director to ensure clinical excellence in all its verticals. With 17 years in the healthcare and healthcare facilities sector, Dr. Singh will further strengthen StanPlus’ quest to deliver the ‘First Minute, Last Mile’ Healthcare promise in order to save millions of lives.
Speaking on the announcement, Prabhdeep Singh, Founder & CEO, StanPlus, said; “We are structuring our organisation for faster growth and to address the fast changing emergency needs across the country. We are delighted to welcome Dr. Navneet Singh, who understands our vision and is truly capable of transforming India’s Emergency Response system. He has been a leading light in the medical transportation business with expertise in managing medevacs of critically ill patients and skilling of emergency handling teams and paramedics. His remarkable and extensive leadership experience in the sector will contribute massively to the company’s mission of democratising quality emergency care in India and I look forward to partnering with him.”
Dr. Navneet Singh is an experienced and senior professional with demonstrated history in the hospital and healthcare industry. Over the years he has worked with the country’s esteemed healthcare institutes like Fortis Healthcare, Emsos Aviation, and Radiant Healthcare amongst others, driving excellence in the field of Emergency Medicine, Critical Care Nursing, Healthcare Management and Training, and Accreditation. At StanPlus, Dr. Singh will be responsible for medical supervision of all operations and will oversee the training, recruitment, upskilling and management of the entire clinical staff. He will also be redefining, standardising and creating products that will help StanPlus service its partners and patients better.
On his appointment, Dr. Navneet Singh said,“I am really excited to be a part of a Stanplus’ ‘First Minute Last Mile’ Healthcare vision. The company is building blocks in transforming the Indian medical response system and I am looking forward to growing their faster emergency response promise to more and more cities in the country.”
StanPlus is aiming to achieve the core pillars of response technologies during the time of emergencies that is access, triage, destination selection, and vital sharing. The Hyderabad based startup has partnered with 50+ hospitals and is looking to expand in 15 more cities in India by the end of this year, which is a step towards providing access to people across the country.