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The Institute of Directors Honours our Chief Executive with Director of The Year Award

LONDON, United Kingdom, 19 June, 2018: Regent’s Park Healthcare Ltd., an independent healthcare company specialising in the delivery of cardiac services, is extremely proud to announce that’s its CEO has been acknowledged for all his hard work winning Director of the Year Award by the Institute of Directors (IoD).

It was an amazing double‐win as Dr. Ohri won two regional awards taking place on the same night in different parts of the country, London & Exeter. He won the Innovation Category Awards in both the London & South East region as well as the South West of England region.

From 150 directors that applied or were nominated across 10 different categories in the London region, 50 were shortlisted and 10 were proudly announced as the London & South winners late last night. The expert judging panel consisted of 21 Chairmen, CEOs and Managing Directors from across a range of industry groups. The London award ceremony took place on 15 June, 2018 at the iconic IoD London Headquarters 116 Pall Mall, London. The award trophy was presented to Dr. Ohri by Naga Munchetty, journalist and BBC broadcaster. Ms. Munchetty hosted the ceremony alongside Roger Tilling, best known as The Voice of University Challenge.

David Stringer‐Lamarre, Chairman of the IoD London Region, said: “Every day these business leaders use their talent, energy and determination to drive forward performance of their companies. This contributes to the strength of the economy in London, the South and the UK. It is my firm belief that business delivers a positive benefit to society.” He added: “Anil has been leading a highly innovative and successful company for a number of years. The judges were extremely impressed on how he has used his entrepreneurial and management talent to disrupt his industry sector, challenging traditional service models, to grow his company to where it is today. His company is clearly creating new jobs, funding infrastructure investment and making a positive impact on the lives of people with heart disease.”

Dr. Ohri said: “Thank you IoD judges for your generous decision. It is a tremendous privilege to win this prestigious award and I receive this honour with deep gratitude and great humility. The IOD is a hugely impressive organisation and this award speaks to the highest aspirations that the IOD has always encouraged within me in driving business innovation and meeting professional standards.” He ended: “Thank you again, this award and the recognition it brings is hugely up‐lifting and will always be deeply cherished.”



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