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G. Bakthavathsalam

G. Bakthavathsalam

    MS, FICS, FCCP, FAMS, FMMC
Founder, Chairman, Professor | Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu    India
Surgery
Surgery, Philanthropy,...More
Spoken at 1 event

Biography :

Dr. G. Bakthavathsalam, fondly known as "Dr GB," is a multifaceted personality--a visionary, a renowned surgeon of 50-year reputation, a philanthropist, an orator, a leading industrialist, a dedicated teacher, a successful professional, an entrepreneur and an ardent believer in social work.
As the founder and head of the renowned multi- super-speciality high-tech 350-bed KG Hospital, Dr GB has also established this Centre of Excellence as an Affordable and Advanced Healthcare Institution.
KG Hospital is one of the few hospitals in Tamil Nadu to be re-certified for the NABH Quality Certification. For the past 50 years, Dr. GB has been doing yeomen service to the society in general and the people of Coimbatore in particular. He has also established successful enterprises in the fields of Education, Information Technology, Infrastructure, Housing and Renewable Energy.

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Surgery

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Surgery, Philanthropy, GI Endoscopy, Healthcare Management, Clinical Research

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