Romanian Healthcare Awards

2021 |2020

September 24th, 2020 / Garden of Bragadiru Palace, Bucharest


The first and largest competition with an international jury dedicated to doctors, medical teams and hospitals in Romania, an event recognizing innovation and excellence in the field of health, which aims to identify and appreciate examples of good practice in the Romanian medical system, individual and team achievements.

Doctor of the Year, Medical Team of the Year and Hospital of the Year are the 3 categories of the 2020 edition. A project created by Spaț and the Association for Interprofessional Communication PROFESSIONS, organized by BORO Communication.


Dr. Diana Loreta Păun

romania / president of the jury


She is an endocrinologist and an Associate Professor in at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Carol Davila” Bucharest.

Dr. Nicolay Yanev


He created a microvascular surgery service for head and neck reconstruction in Sofia. The work and efforts of Dr. Yanev’s team have been recognized by by the Bulgarian Medical Union, who awarded him the Doctor of the Year distinction.

Dr. Andreea Moldovan

Romania / Medical Director of the Clinical Hospital for Infectious Diseases in Brașov

Andreea combined the complementary information of the 2 specialties to contribute to the organization and implementation of a comprehensive program for the prevention and control of nosocomial infections that brought her the “Award of Excellence in Intrahospital Hygiene”, offered by the World Health Organization.

Dr. José María Muñoz y Ramón

Spain / Chairman, Department of Anaesthesiology and Critical Care & ex-medical director at “La Paz University Hospital”

La Paz University Hospital has been ranked as Spain’s best public hospital by the national Health Reputation Monitor.

Dr. Gheorghe Borcean


Primary Surgeon, Orthopedic Primary Doctor, Forensic Medicine Specialist, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor at „Victor Babeş” University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Timisoara.

Dr. Zdenka Čebašek-Travnik


The Medical Chamber is the most important professional organization that brings together all Slovenian Physicians.

Dr. Andrei Baciu

Romania / Secretary of State, Ministry of Health

Andrei Baciu is an expert in public health policies, studying at the “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest, specializing in surgery.

Dr. Adrian Udrea


Educated in Cluj and Rouen, France / Awarded by Quintiles in 2014 for “valuable contribution to the development of clinical research in Romania”.

Prof. Dr. Anca Dana Buzoianu

Romania / Rector of the “Iuliu Hațieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj-Napoca

She has been a member of commissions, scientific councils and specialized working groups of several institutions, including the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education, the Council of the European Union or the National Medicines Agency.

Prof. Dr. Viorel Scripcariu

Romania / Rector of the “Grigore T. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi

General Surgeon specialized in laparoscopic surgery, diagnostic digestive endoscopy and management of health services.

Prof. Dr. Leonard Azamfirei

Romania / Rector of the “George Emil Palade” University of Medicine, Pharmacy, Science and Technology of Targu Mures

Leonard Azamfirei is specialized in Anesthesiology and Critical Care Physician and has degrees in legal and administrative sciences. He is the author of over 250 scientific papers published in the country and abroad and 29 specialized books. He has won and coordinated 24 national research projects.

Prof. Dr.  Daniel Lighezan

Romania / Didactic vice-rector of the “Victor Babes” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Timisoara

Specialized in Cardiology and Internal Medicine, has an extensive scientific activity. He leads the Internal Medicine clinic within the Timișoara Municipal Emergency Clinical Hospital.

Prof. Dr. Cătălina Poiană

Romania / Vice-rector of the “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy București

She is the president of the Romanian Society of Endocrinology and the President of the College of Physicians of Bucharest.

Dr. Ferdinand Waldenberger

Austria / MEDICAL DIRECTOR OF Kepler University Hospital, Linz

Ferdinand Rudolf Waldenberger contributed to numerous medical premieres in cardiac surgery. He has a chair at the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna and promotes concepts as value-based healthcare and ethics in medicine.

Dr. Jaroslaw J. Fedorowski


Governor (PL), the European Hospital and Healthcare Federation HOPE & President of the Polish Association of Managed Care. Jaroslaw Fedorowski has a MBA in healthcare administration.

Liliana Curea

Romania / Journalist, Reporter and Producer of health show, PRO TV

Liliana Curea makes the show “Doctor de Bine” from PRO TV. In each edition of the show, Liliana presents a topic of interest in the field, along with specialists with experience in medicine.

Șerban Isopescu-Weber

Romania /+20 years of experience in the field of medical technology. Leader of the division of products and solutions dedicated to healthcare within Philips Romania

Serban coordinates the company’s relationship with the representatives of the medical system, public and private, in order to contribute to the development of the Romanian healthcare system, with solutions and services for both hospitals and the patient’s home.


Francesco Galli


Francesco is also CEO of The National Institute of Obesity Treatment, international reference point for obesity, and of the Smart Clinic, innovative outpatient clinic network inside shopping centers. He was honoured with the title of Cavaliere della Repubblica by President of the Italian Republic in 2017.

Dr. biologist Violeta Astratinei

Romania / President and founder of the Melanom Romania Association

Violeta Astratinei founded the Romania Melanoma Association in order to contribute to improving patients’ education by continuously updating information about melanoma, the health system and frontier research. 

Hans Erik Henriksen


Healthcare DENMARK is a public-private partnership that promotes Danish healthcare excellence under the patronage of His Royal Highness Princess Mary of Denmark. Hans Erik Henriksen has an important international background in e-Health.

Dr. Valeriu Gheorghiţă

Romania / primary doctor Infectious Diseases at the Central Military Emergency University Hospital „Dr. Carol Davila ”

Valeriu Gheorghiţă studied at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Târgu-Mureş and the “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest, specializing in infectious diseases.

Paul Cryer


Paul Cryer is results-driven with an extensive international healthcare and central Government experience, a successful track record of delivery in the NHS and commercial sector at both strategic and operational levels.

Dr. Evgeny Solomonov

ISRAEL / Head of General and Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgery Department, Ziv Medical Center 

Dr. Solomonov finished in 2007 a clinical fellowship program in hepato-pancreato-biliary surgery and liver transplantation at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He is also one of the pioneers of robotic liver surgery and he is an executive member of the Clinical Association of Robotic Surgery.

Lodewijk de Beukelaar

THE NETHERLANDS / CEO Groene Hart Hospital, Gouda

Lodewijk de Beukelaar is constantly improving the quality of care, and this is one of the reasons why ZorgSaam won first place in the top 100 regional hospitals in the Netherlands in 2018 when Lodewijk was COO of the hospital.

Dr. Turkes Ablachim

Romania / medical director, The Bucharest Hospitals and Medical Services Administration

Cristian Hotoboc

RomAnia / President of  Romanian Private Medical Services Owners’s Organization  and PRESIDENT of The Romanian Health Alliance Bucharest

Prof. Dr. Cătălin Codreanu

Romania / the manager of the Clinical Center for Rheumatic Diseases „Dr. Ion Stoia” Bucharest, president of the Romanian Society of Rheumatology

Prof. Dr. Gheorghe Peltecu

Romania / former manager for many years of the Philanthropy Clinical Hospital in Bucharest, professor of Obstetrics-Gynecology at UMF “Carol Davila” Bucharest

Ramona Marincaș

Romania / Director of Care of the Zalău Emergency Hospital

Ramona Marincaș is a licensed Nursing Assistant and has been appointed “Practitioner of the Year” for two consecutive years by the Infection Prevention Society, the British Society for the Prevention of Infections.

Dr. Claire Farrugia


Claire Farrugia is Senior infection prevention and control nurse at the main public general hospital and a visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Malta, with +25 years experience.



The 15 finalists will receive the diplomas of excellence Romanian Healthcare Awards during the Award Ceremony that will take place on September 24 in Bucharest.

At the same time, among the finalists, the winners of the Doctor of the Year, Medical Team of the Year and Hospital of the Year trophies will be announced.


The finalists (not a ranking) are:

Dr. Petre Cornel Brătilă
Dr. Adrian Covic
Dr. Bogdan Pană
Dr. Diana Cimpoeșu
Dr. Mihai Craiu


Doctor of the Year: Dr. Mihai Craiu

Medici pentru România
Spitalul Militar de Urgență “Constantin Papilian” Cluj-Napoca
Spitalul Clinic de Boli Infecțioase și Tropicale “Dr. Victor Babeș”
Spitalul Clinic Filantropia
Spitalul Clinic Municipal de Urgenţă Timişoara


Medical Team of the Year: Spitalul Clinic Municipal de Urgenţă Timişoara

Spitalul Universitar Elias
Spitalul Clinic de Copii “Dr. Victor Gomoiu”
Institutul Regional de Oncologie Iași
Spitalul Județean de Urgență “Pius Brînzeu” Timișoara
Spitalul Clinic de Boli Infecțioase Cluj-Napoca


Hospital of the Year: Spitalul Județean de Urgență “Pius Brînzeu” Timișoara




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Dr. Andrei Baciu

Secretary of State, Ministry of Health

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2021 Jury

“Although the pandemic is far from over, it is extraordinary what the Romanian Healthcare Awards achieved and the effort of those who have been nominated is also remarkable. I am grateful for the opportunity to be part of the jury of this competition which comes to confirm that the professionalism of Romanian doctors, medical teams and those in Romanian hospitals are at the highest levels. Thank you for this event which aims to identify and appreciate examples of good practice from the Romanian medical system, the individual successes, but also those of the medical teams. “

Dr. Jaroslaw J. Fedorowski

President of the Polish Hospital Federation

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 Jury

“I am honored to be a member of the Jury of the 2020 Romanian Healthcare Awards. As the President of the Polish Hospital Federation, I appreciate the importance of distinguishing the leaders of healthcare and medicine. The idea of such contest is to promote best management and medical practices, best managers and best teams for the encouragement of others. The event is also a spectacular occasion to meet the top healthcare managers and medical professionals thanks to their personal presence but also to publicity provided by the media. I congratulate our European partner and ally Romania for organizing the 2020 Healthcare Awards and I wish all nominees successful endeavors. Many thanks to the initiators and organizers of the event. Please also accept my words of encouragement to form a national hospital federation in Romania that could be modeled on the Polish Hospital Federation and that should become an active member of the European Hospital and Healthcare Federation HOPE”.

Conf. Univ. Dr. Diana Loreta Păun

State Counselor, Public Health Department, Romanian Presidential Administration

President and member of the International Jury Romanian Healthcare Awards 2021

“Romanian Healthcare Awards is an extraordinary opportunity to show our gratitude for doctors and medical teams whose activity is under the sign of professionalism, dedication and responsibility, and to reward hospitals with models of good practice, in which we can walk with confidence. The three categories of the 2020 edition – Doctor of the Year, Medical Team of the Year and Hospital of the Year come to crown the consistent effort made every day to maintain our health, giving us, the members of the jury, the opportunity to show our appreciation and give you the signs of our appreciation for the values promoted!”

Dr. Andreea Moldovan

Medical Director of the Clinical Hospital for Infectious Diseases in Brașov

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 Jury

“The competition represents the impetus for improvement, for overcoming the current limits, for the better. Any fair competition creates the premises to take into account a momentary performance, analyzing where we are and where we could and especially should be. Also, a competition announces the moment of balance, evaluation and interpretation of performances. And, why not, to reward the efforts of those who lead to higher and better activity. Of those “locomotives” that pull after them the whole team, the hospital, the system.”

Prof. dr. Anca Dana Buzoianu

Rector of UMF Iuliu Hațieganu Cluj-Napoca

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2021 Jury

“The privilege of evaluating the professional activity of the best health professionals, even if this mission will not be easy, honors me. The time has finally come for health professionals to step on stage, to show everyone what they have accomplished and to motivate those at the beginning of the road to follow their example, to develop, to evolve and to give their best.”

Dr. Zdenka Čebašek-Travnik

President, the Medical Chamber from Slovenia

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 Jury

“Although the medical profession is not about competition, I support choosing the best doctors. It is a convenient way to review successful medical procedures and to inform the general public. It is important to recognize selected doctors for their above-average work. Both, however, are of the greatest benefit to our patients. If the assessment takes place in an international context, it is important information for healthcare providers in their respected countries as well.”

Dr. Vasile Cepoi

President of the National Authority of Quality Management in Health

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 Jury

“How do patients generally choose the hospital they want to be treated in? First of all, according to the doctor, the medical team and the quality of the services in the respective unit. So, all three categories from the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020.

Any competition that focuses on the quality of services in the medical system, on the medical team can be a win for both the system and the patients. The National Authority of Quality Management in Health, through its activity, wants to achieve its goal of ensuring and continuous improvement of the quality of health services and patient safety, by standardizing and evaluating health services and accrediting health units.”

Prof. Dr. Viorel Scripcariu

Rector of the “Grigore T. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2021 Jury

“At the end of an infernal guard or after a difficult operation, when you realize that you have chosen a one-way street, you also remember why you chose to follow one of the hardest but also noblest jobs in the world. Why did you choose to put the health of those around you above your own health and why do you often spend more time in the hospital than with your family. Because medicine is more than a profession, it is a vocation, it defines you not only as a professional, but also as a person, and because true doctors do not expect money or praise to do their duty.”

Prof. Dr. Cătălina Poiană

Vice-rector of the “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy București

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2021 Jury

“Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 is a time when the medical society promotes its doctors, hospitals and medical teams who have shown involvement and professionalism in the current activity for and for the benefit of patients. I am honored to be part of the jury of this event, a jury of renowned personalities. This event must show us that Romania has valuable doctors and medical units where a quality medical act is practiced.”

Dr. Ferdinand Rudolf Waldenberger

Medical Director of Kepler University Hospital, Linz, Austria

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 Jury

“Professionalism in medicine is a conversation about what it means to be a good doctor. It has been a major topic of discussion in the field for many years and will likely remain so for years to come. Physicians still debate how to define it, how to assess it and how to teach it. Younger doctors sometimes have different ideas on what it means to be a professional than older colleagues.

The last decades have brought new challenges to medicine like industrialization and a change in the doctor-patient-relationship.

In order to focus on the individual performance, to focus on role models, in order to stress the importance of teamwork and of living an ethical live as a medical doctor it is very important to honour those individuals who do outstanding jobs, who live in integrated teams and to facilitate organizational ethics in entire hospitals: If we create role models, they will act like watchtowers, and people will follow their light beams.

That is why we celebrate the Romanian Health Care Awards!”

Dr. José María Muñoz y Ramón

Chairman, Department of Anaesthesiology and Critical Care

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 Jury

“The Romanian Hospital Convention that took place in Bucharest in September 2019 was an excellent opportunity to confirm the high dedication and excellent standars of Romanian healthcare providers. An impressive range of innovative ideas and projects was displayed, proving the dinamism and forward thinking of Romanian professionals within the European context. The Romanian Healthcare Awards will further promote and give visibility to many of the leaders and institutions that are making possible this shared success. The jury of these awards encourages clinicians and managers to participate in this exciting competition, as that will certainly estimulate the search for excellence in all contributing centres. The international scope of this project will add value and recognise the efforts and success of the healthcare care sector in the current challenging times. “

Liliana Curea

Journalist, Reporter and Producer of Health Show, PRO TV

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2021 Jury

“Such a competition is the ideal opportunity for doctors, those who work every day with passion, love for their peers and the desire to evolve professionally. Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 is the chance of any of them! I met young doctors who helped develop the health system without taking any credit. I saw, especially in this difficult period of pandemic, that only in the team can overcome obstacles that seem insurmountable.”

Violeta Astratinei

President and Founder of the Melanom Romania Association

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2021 Jury

“As a representative of patients affected by a cancer as aggressive as melanoma, I believe that a competition like the Romanian Healthcare Awards demonstrates that excellence and innovation in patient care can exist in Romania, often in places where we do not expect to find them. As such, it is worthwhile to promote these people to the open stage and to encourage others to follow their example. The Romanian Healthcare Awards thus create a wave of positivity that Romania needs!”

Hans Erik Henriksen

CEO Healthcare Denmark

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 Jury

“Breakthrough innovation occur when hospitals, doctors and medical teams decide to address challenges and issues in new ways – often in cooperation with technology experts from companies or researchers from universities. However, it is not always about new technology. Implementing new ways of working, approaches and new cultures and values at hospitals are often initiatives, which can also make a hospital or a team famous, resulting in vast improvements in patient satisfaction, treatment quality and outcomes.


In times like this with a worldwide pandemic, it is more important than ever, that hospitals are determined to address new challenges and find new approaches to increase productivity and quality. The national competition to award the top hospitals, doctors and medical teams in Rumania is an excellent way to showcase new ideas and innovation. This will hopefully inspire all hospitals to learn from each other, and this way have a national impact on progressing Romanian Healthcare for the future.”

Dr. Valeriu Gheorghiță

Primary Doctor Infectious Diseases at the Central Military Emergency University Hospital „Dr. Carol Davila ”

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 Jury

The organization of the first edition of the Romanian Healthcare Awards, at such a difficult time, is a gesture of normalcy, solidarity, recognition and promotion of professional values in the field of health. It is time to thank the entire medical system, but especially those who have managed, through personal and team sacrifices, to perform, to generate models of good practice and, finally, to demonstrate that “man sanctifies the place”.

Paul Cryer

Independent Innovation-solutions Consultant to Healthcare Organisations and Governments

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 Jury

“The notion of success almost always embraces some elements of benchmarking and other forms of feedback. While setting personal or organisational standards against which outcomes can be derived allows for system control it is essentially through the extent of tolerances around such measurements where effective and sustainable opportunities for improvement can be obtained. Systems that lead to formal ratings that are acknowledged by individuals or organisations as credible will provide the stimulus for understanding the need for change and as such they should therefore be both encouraged and deployed extensively. The Romanian Healthcare Awards provides a platform for individuals and organisations to benchmark against like-others whereby the stimulus for success leads to a derived learning opportunity that will inevitably drive improvement in one way or another.”

Dr. Adrian Udrea

Medical Director of the Medisprof Clinic Cluj Napoca

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2021 Jury

“The power of example has always been one of the reasons I built something in my clinic. Let’s get out of anonymity and show everyone how passionate and professional we are at what we do.”

Ramona Marincaș

Director of Care of the Zalău Emergency Hospital

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 Jury

“Romanian Healthcare Awards offers the chance for the medical staff to present their achievements, both personal and of the medical team or the hospital they belong to. Sometimes we are so caught up in the hustle and bustle that we forget to celebrate the achievements we have made, but celebrating success is important because it motivates and encourages us to continue our future projects. The Romanian medical system needs positive examples to follow, and the Romanian Healthcare Awards offer the chance for public recognition for the best medical professionals. Extraordinary work in the service of the patient needs gratitude, and this award also means a “THANK YOU” for dedication, involvement, positive influence, innovative practices, but also for the compassion with which patient care is offered.”

Lodewijk de Beukelaar

CEO Groene Hart Hospital, Gouda

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 Jury

“I strongly support this competition that ROHO organizes. It is important to learn each others initiatives to improve and the way we manage as well as possible our hospitals. This stimulates each manager or doctor to perform better and to share this new plans, methods etcetera. I am very curious what kind of contributions to expect in this Healthcare Awards 2020! It should be difficult for the jury choose that gives the best results, eventually for the Romanian hospital care!”

Cristian Hotoboc

President of Romanian Private Medical Services Owners’s Organization and President of the Romanian Health Alliance Bucharest

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 Jury

“Romanian Healthcare Awards is an opportunity to express our appreciation and to thank the doctors and teams who dedicate all their skill and dedication to the well-being of the patient. Doctor of the Year, Medical Team of the Year and Hospital of the Year are the three categories for which we will vote and for which I invite you to register, not as for a competition, but as for a moment of the Romanian elites in the field.”

Prof. univ. dr. Leonard Azamfirei

Rector of the “George Emil Palade” University of Medicine, Pharmacy, Science and Technology of Targu Mures

Member of the Romanian Healthcare Awards 2020 Jury

The “George Emil Palade” University of Medicine, Pharmacy, Science and Technology in Târgu Mureș supports this event dedicated to recognizing innovation, performance and excellence in the field of Health, especially since we are in the midst of a SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. The Romanian Healthcare Awards competition, in which doctors, medical teams and hospitals will be awarded in the categories Doctor of the Year, Medical Team of the Year and Hospital of the Year, is a good opportunity to show once again our appreciation for Health professionals. In this health crisis, they never deviated from the noble mission of saving lives.

Jens Jakob Gustmann

Philips Health Systems Sales Leader CEE

Master Partner ROHO


“Philips’ mission is to improve people’s lives through meaningful innovations across what we call the “health continuum”. The vision of ROHO is similar to ours, and we are delighted to be the Master Partner of this event.

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Ene Gîrban

Manager, G, AGRO-IND COM, Buzău, +2000 ha
Guest Farmer

The RALF event, which succeeded in uniting large Romanian farmers, was a real success. There were very clear views and at the same time the guests had a remarkable presence. The whole event had a gala outfit.

Vlad Bontaș

Director, AGROCOV, Galați, +5500 ha
Fermier Invitat
Vreau în primul rând să vă mulțumesc pentru invitația acordată și să vă felicit pentru organizarea Forumului, una foarte bine structurată, atât în baza invitaților, cât și a subiectelor abordate. A fost o zi plină de acumulare de informații, sperăm noi folositoare, iar când ne-au permis pauzele am profitat pe partea de networking cunoscând alți colegi din țară și povestind unii altora cu ce ne lovim în fermele noastre și ce putem îmbunătăți.

Dr. Cristian Radu Jecan

Director Medical, Spitalul „Prof. Dr. Agrippa Ionescu”, București

Medic Invitat ROHO

“Mulțumesc organizatorilor pentru conceptul și formatul evenimentului Convenția Română a Spitalelor ROHO 2017. A fost o onoare și în același timp o experiență remarcabilă să onorez invitația primită. Conferința a oferit un cadru de întâlnire ideal pentru membrii echipelor de management din spitalele românești, prin asigurarea unui cadru propice de schimbare a informațiilor, de împărtășire a problemelor întâlnite în cadrul procesului de management spitalicesc și mai important, a soluțiilor găsite. Participarea specialiștilor și a profesioniștilor din sănătate din alte țări europene în cadrul ROHO, mai ales a celor din zonele învecinate cu România, a asigurat o diseminare largă a unor proiecte și soluții specifice implementate de aceștia, care pot constitui un model și pentru țara noastră.”

Dr. Elisabeta Raț

Manager, Spitalul Municipal Carei, Satu Mare

Manager Invitat ROHO

”Vă mulțumesc pentru faptul că și în acest an m-ați onorat cu invitația de a participa la acest eveniment. Din prezentările Speakerilor din sănătate, de la noi și din străinătate, am observat că preocuparea deosebită pentru asigurarea calității actului medical și siguranța pacienților câștigă tot mai mult teren în managementul spitalelor publice și private. Cred că, în activitatea zilnică din unitățile sanitare, protocoalele terapeutice și procedurile de lucru implementate, definesc bune practici de eliminare a riscurilor clinice, combaterea infecțiilor asociate asistenței medicale și nu în ultimul rând, o abordare corectă și eficientă a diagnosticării și a tratamentului pacienților.”

Petru Șușca

Manager, Spitalul Clinic Județean de Urgență, Cluj

Manager Invitat ROHO

“Convenția Română a Spitalelor se evidențiază în peisajul evenimentelor din România. Reunind profesioniști din domeniul medical, evenimentul devine un prilej de a împărtăși experiență, dar și o ocazie de a interacționa cu oameni cu preocupări similare. Am apreciat alegerea atentă a speakerilor. Cunoștințele acestora sunt de un real folos în munca zilnică și pentru rezolvarea unora dintre problemele cu care ne confruntăm. Calific ediția din 2016 a Convenției Române a Spitalelor drept un eveniment constructiv și de calitate.”

Dr. Alina-Bondoc

Director Medical, Medlife Titan, București

Medic Invitat ROHO

”Vă mulțumesc pentru invitatia la ROHO 2017 și mă bucur că am avut prilejul să particip și să ascult profesioniști din managementul medical, atât din România, cât și din străinătate. Consider că un asemenea eveniment pune România pe hartă, ca țară europeană, care oferă servicii de sănătate populației, la standarde de înaltă calitate. Este extrem de important schimbul de experiență și de viziune la nivel de management, pe care îl oferă un eveniment de acest tip, și nu în ultimul rând, posibilitatea de a cunoaște persoane-cheie din acest domeniu și de a lega relații profesionale de durată. Am apreciat în mod deosebit oportunitatea de a crește vizibilitatea sistemului medical privat în fața guvernanților, atât pe plan național, cât și internațional, prin promovarea unor organizații cum ar fi European Union of Private Hospitals (EUHP).”

Dr. Mircea Cinteză

Șeful Secției Cardiologie 1, Spitalul Universitar de Urgență București

Medic Invitat ROHO

“A fost impresionant interesul pentru Convenția Română a Spitalelor. Un mare număr de participanți au venit la București din întreaga țară. Temele dezbatute sunt importante pentru oricine este implicat în activitatea de management medical.”

Vlad Bontaș

Manager, AGROVOC, Galați, +5500 ha

Guest Farmer

First and foremost, I want to thank you for your invitation and to congratulate you on the organization of the Forum, which was very well structured, both in terms of the guests, as well as of the topics addressed. It was a day full of – we hope – useful information; when the breaks allowed it, we made the most of the networking part to become acquainted with other Romanian colleagues and to talk about the problems in our farms and what could be improved.

Ciprian Dogaru

Executive Manager, Hotel Ambient 4*, Brașov

FORO Guest

The quality of the services must be continuously improved, and this is done through regular trainings and last-minute information shared with the relevant departments. Maintenance of hotel spaces is also a priority, as good hotel services cannot compensate for unattended space and vice versa. A mix between the two components is ideal and leads to the success of the customer relationship. A hotel’s reputation is its business card. In the online environment, the grades given by the guests are the mirror of the activity of the hotel, and they can be improved by good management and communication with the client.

Bogdan Arsene

General Manager, Best Western Stil Hotel 4*, Bucharest

FORO Guest

The policy of the Best Western Stil hotel has a very important component of customer service. We care about our guests and are very attentive to the feedback they send us through various forms (directly at the hotel reception, in direct meetings with our staff, through the hotel feedback forms, through the pages of TripAdvisor, Booking, Facebook etc.). Feedback from our guests helps us to maintain the level of services and facilities we offer to a certain standard and to make improvements. In the last 2 years we have made significant investments in this regard.

Chef Ștefan Popescu

Executive Chef, Pullman Bucharest World Trade Center

FORO Guest 

A restaurant is itself a complex investment. One of the current problems in this field is the quality of services, which is why it is imperative to invest in this direction. A restaurant can remain “top” only by maintaining quality – that is why this concept must be understood in detail. Competition is growing in all sectors and the best way to distinguish yourself from others is the reputation you build. The decision to use reputation as a career building tool differs from one sector to another and depends on the professional objective. However, being a professional with visibility becomes an increasingly necessary means of career development.

Proiect: Openville

Timisoara, Romania


Openville este cel mai mare proiect de tip mixt din vestul României, aflat în plină dezvoltare în centrul Timişoarei, în proximitatea Iulius Mall. Acesta va fi principalul pol de business, retail şi entertainment din regiune şi va fi inaugurat în primăvara anului 2019, odată cu finalizarea primei etape. Openville va reprezenta o destinaţie cosmopolită de lifestyle, care va include: şapte clădiri de birouri, 450 de magazine, un parc de peste 55.000 mp, restaurante şi cafenele tematice, un nou concept de cinema, carusel pentru copii şi săli de evenimente. Valoarea investiţiei este de peste 220 de milioane de euro.

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