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“Our Founding CEO has been conferred with the Padma Shri for 2017" • PROVIDES EMS, OHCs, FACs and AMBULANCES • On HIGHWAYS, At PORTS , At AIRSTRIPS, In MINES, In INDUSTRIES, On OIL RIGS, On Railways & At SPORTS EVENTS • Total participants trained - 14,297 • Total training completed - 300 • Serious patients shifted - 14953 • Medical Appliances Bank beneficiaries - 2530

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Dr Subroto Das

An Ashoka Fellow, he conceptualized the first EMS in the country over large geographical areas taking his work across the sub-continent, for which he has been honoured globally; an Eisenhower Fellowship and the Asian EMS Award for Lifetime Achievement.

A Baroda Medical College alumnus, Dr Das has been formally trained in Health Management and Industrial Medicine; he brings to the organisations, his broad vision for a unified EMS in the sub-continent for which he has been actively campaigning, making EMS a fundamental right for citizens in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal.

Amongst various positions that he holds, he also Chairs the South and Central Asian Chapters of the Singapore based Asian Association for EMS and is the Managing Editor of the peer reviewed Asian EMS Journal

 

Sushmita Das

Co-founder of the much decorated Lifeline Foundation, Sushmita Das has been instrumental in creating the concept of Highway EMS starting off with highways in Gujarat.

An alumnus of M S University and a Board Member and Chief Financial Officer of both Baroda Life Management and Medicare Consultancies, she and her husband, Dr Subroto Das started their nation changing work following a near fatal accident. She brings to the organisations, her expertise in the legal and financial decisions besides monitoring day to day activities of various operational issues

 

Roochita Desai

Executive Editor to India’s 1st Journal on EMS, she works closely with stakeholders in India and across Asia to create a unified EMS.

Roochita Desai, is Assistant Editor of AsiaN EMS JournaL the official journal of Asian Association for EMS. An MBA in Finance, she was never comfortable in the financial domain and answered her calling to work in the social sector by joining us immediately after her masters.

Roochita, besides anchoring the journal is key to all conferences and workshops organised by the companies or the Foundation. She is respected nationally as a repository of knowledge in EMS. She brings to the organisations, the experience of 10 years of working in EMS Sector
 

Bhaswat Basu

Bhaswat Basu has more than 12 years of rich experience in the health sector, the last 5 years of which has been spent in Administration and Delivery of EMS and heading the Operations of the Ambulance & Occupational Health Services Business Divisions of the Organisations.

In terms of expertise and knowledge in the field of ambulance, its internal designing and day-to-day operations of Industrial EMS, Bhaswat Basu has few peers in Western India.

Apart from being a senior management person, he also is one of the faculties for first aid trainings and various other training programmes.

 

Isha Popat

Head of the Training Vertical of Lifeline Foundation, Ms Isha Popat is responsible for furthering one of the core objectives of the organization – First Aid Training and Bystander CPR.

Having mastered in Disaster Management from the prestigious Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), and then having spent her formative years as a professional with the Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority (GSDMA), she brings with her, the experience and knowledge of working in development sector to the field of EMS.

She works to involve various stakeholders in creating ownership towards developing skills of emergency response among different target groups. Responsible for formulating different training programs she also is giving shape to the Vadodara, A Smart City, A CPR City project.