Dato' Amiruddin Abdul Satar, a Malaysian, male, aged 53, has been the President & Managing Director of KPJ Healthcare Berhad since 1 January 2013.
He also holds directorships in several KPJ hospitals as the Chairman.
Dato' Amiruddin contributes actively in the development of the Malaysian healthcare sector through his involvement with the Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia (APHM), where he currently holds the role as Vice President.
Dato' Amiruddin gained significant experience in finance and management through his capacity as an Accountant and Finance Manager of several large and reputable organisations in the country.
Dato' Amiruddin is an alumnus of the Henley Business School, University of Reading, United Kingdom where he obtained his Masters in Business Administration (MBA) in 2010. He is also a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
Aminudin Dawam, a Malaysian, male, aged 53, was appointed to the Board as Non-Independent Non-Executive Director on 1 January 2014. With effect from 1 May 2015, he was re-designated as Executive Director of the Company.
He is also a member of the KPJ Board Tender Committee and Building Committee.
He joined Johor Corporation (JCorp) after graduation in 1988 before joining KPJ in 1992 as Operations Manager of Pharmacare Sdn Bhd for two years. He has managed various hospitals within the KPJ Group as the General Manager. He was the Commissioning Director for United Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh; before being appointed as the Group General Manager of KPJ from 2008 until 2011. Between 2011 and 2013, he joined Pantai Holdings Berhad as the Chief Operating Officer, Malaysia Operations overseeing the operations of both Pantai and Gleneagles hospitals in Malaysia.
He rejoined JCorp in September 2013 as the Senior Vice President, Business Development Division until 31 December 2016 and came fully on board as KPJ's Executive Director on 1 January 2017.
Aminudin holds a number of directorship/chairmanship/committees membership of various companies within the JCorp and the KPJ Group. Among others, he is a member of JCorp's Internal Audit Committee and Chairman of the Audit and Risk Committee of Industrial Development Division, as well as Chairman of the Tender Board Committee for Johor Land Berhad.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration (in Finance) from Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, USA in 1986 and completed his Masters' degree at the same university in 1988. He obtained Post-Graduate Diploma in Health Sciences & Hospital Management from South Bank University, London, United Kingdom in 1997.
Jasimah Hassan, a Malaysian, female, aged 56, joined KPJ Healthcare in 1993 as the General Manager of Tawakkal Specialist Hospital. Since then, she has managed various hospitals and companies within the KPJ Group in various capacities as General Manager, Executive Director, Chairman of Hospital, and as Chairman of the Board of Puteri Nursing College Sdn Bhd from 2000 to 2011. Currently, she is the Deputy Chairman for the KPJ Healthcare University College.
Jasimah sits as a Board member for the Association of Private Hospital Malaysia (APHM); and has been the Honorary Treasurer for the Asian Society for Quality in Health (ASQUA) since 2007. She was previously the Treasurer of the Malaysian Society for Quality in Health (MSQH) from 1998 to 2010.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana, USA and holds an MBA (Finance) from North Texas University, Texas, USA.
Mohd Sahir Rahmat, a Malaysian, male, aged 53, joined the KPJ Group in 1991, where he has managed several companies within KPJ locally and abroad. He was the Group Chief Financial Officer since July 2011 and has also served as the Group's Senior Finance Manager. He went to become the Executive Director at KPJ Klang Valley hospitals, KPJ Johor Specialist Hospital, Kuching Specialist Hospital (Sarawak) and Damai Specialist Hospital (Sabah).
He is currently the Director and also Chairman of several hospitals and companies within the Group.
Mohd Sahir graduated with Bachelor in Accountancy from University Kebangsaan Malaysia and obtained his Postgraduate Diploma in Health Services and Hospital Management from South Bank University, London. He received his MBA from Henley Management College, London, UK in 2006.
Dato Abdol Wahab Baba, a Malaysian, male, aged 60, has been in charge of Business Development, Strategic Planning and Intrapreneur Business for KPJ Healthcare since 2013.
Dato Wahab's career with the KPJ Group spans 27 years, holding several senior positions at several KPJ Hospitals in Malaysia and Jakarta. Prior to his current position, he served as the Chief Risk Officer from 2003 to 2013.
He currently sits as the Group Chairman on the Board of several other hospitals and companies within the KPJ Group. He is also the Deputy Chairman for SMC Healthcare Sdn Bhd, the operator of KPJ Sabah Specialist Hospital.
A Harvard University alumni, he holds an MBA from East London University (UEL); a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from MARA University of Technology, UiTM; and a post-graduate Diploma in Healthcare from South Bank University.
Datin Sabariah Fauziah, a Malaysian, female, aged 55, commenced her career in the banking industry prior to joining KPJ. She has since been with the KPJ Group for 23 years in various capacities including serving as General Manager of KPJ Hospitals. She currently oversees and manages the development of the Group's strategic human capital. The portfolio encompasses talent management, engagement of talents and managing the diversity of the talent pool. In collaboration with the Hospital Operations unit, she also manages the synergy of compensation and benefits, policies and procedures within the Group.
She is also the Integrity and Corporate Responsibility champion for the Group, spearheading the integrity framework, and overseeing Klinik Wakaf activities and other special projects.
Datin Sabariah Fauziah holds a Bachelor in Business Administration from Ohio University, United States; a Post-Graduate Diploma in Health Services and Hospital Management from South Bank University, United Kingdom; and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Sunshine Coast, Australia.
Mohd Johar Ismail, a Malaysian, male, aged 53, joined the KPJ Group in 1993 and currently oversees Project Management, Bio Medical and International Operation Services for KPJ. He also holds multiple portfolios within the Group, and sits as Chairman of KPJ Seremban Specialist Hospital, KPJ Kajang Specialist Hospital, Teraju Farma Sdn Bhd, Total Meal Solution Sdn Bhd, and Pride Outlet Sdn Bhd. He is also the Deputy Chairman of KPJ Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital.
With his experience and track record for turning around hospitals and improving operational efficiencies, he also sits as a Director for KPJ Selangor Specialist Hospital, KPJ Klang Specialist Hospital, KPJ Miri Specialist Hospital, KPJ BDC Specialist Hospital, SMC Pusrawi Hospital, Sterile Services Sdn Bhd, and Healthcare Technical Services Sdn Bhd. He is an Executive Director of KPJ Dhaka (Ptd) Ltd and Sheikh Fazilatunnessa Mujib Memorial KPJ Specialized Hospital & Nursing College in Bangladesh. Apart from that, he is the President Director of two hospitals in Indonesia namely PT Khidmat Rawatan Jasa Medika RS Permata Hijau and PT Khidmat Rawatan Jasa Medika RS Bumi Serpong Damai.
Mohd Johar started his career as an Internal Auditor with Perbadanan Kemajuan Ekonomi Negeri Johor (PKENJ) in 1988, and was seconded to JSEDC Group of Companies between year 1988 to year 1993.
Mohd Johar graduated with a Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons) from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia; and holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Health Management from South Bank University, England.
Ahmad Nasirruddin Harun, a Malaysian, male, aged 54, holds several portfolios within the KPJ Group. He is the Chairman for KPJ Penang Specialist Hospital; deputy Chairman for KPJ Ipoh Specialist Hospital; Executive Director for KPJ University College (KPJUC); Executive Director for Pharmaserv Alliances Sdn Bhd; Lablink (M) Sdn Bhd and the Director-in-Charge for Jeta Gardens Aged Care, Australia. He is also the Chairman for Taiping Medical Centre, and Sri Manjung Specialist Centre, Perak.
Prior to joining KPJ Ipoh Specialist Hospital as an accountant in 1995, he started out as an auditor in Coopers & Lybrand in 1986.
He was awarded the Ahli Mahkota Perak (A.M.P) by his Royal Highness Sultan Dr Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah, Sultan of Perak in November 2016, for his contributions to the state's healthcare sector and sporting arena.
Ahmad Nasirruddin holds a Degree in Accountancy from MARA University of Technology, Shah Alam; a post-graduate Diploma in Health Services and Hospital Management from South Bank University, London, and a Master in Business Administration from Henley Business School, University of Reading, United Kingdom.
Norhaizam Mohammad, a Malaysian, female, aged 44, joined KPJ in 2008 as the Head of Group Finance and Account Services. Within this portfolio, she oversees Group Financial Reporting and Budget, Treasury/Finance and Tax for the organisation. She is also a member of the Hospital Operations Committee, which oversees the financial operations of hospitals within the Group.
She is a certified representative and a member of UK Investors Relation Society and Malaysian Investor Relations Association (MIRA). She is also a member of the Malaysian Society for Quality in Health (MSQH), an accredited body for accreditation of public and private hospitals in Malaysia. She is currently the Honorary Treasurer of MSQH, a position she has held since December 2010.
Prior to joining KPJ, she was with Audit and Business Assurance Services, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Kuala Lumpur for 11 years.
Norhaizam graduated with a Bachelor in Accountancy and Finance (Hons) from Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom, and also holds a Master Degree in Business Administration from the University East London, United Kingdom.
Rafeah Ariffin, a Malaysian, female, aged 53, has more than 20 years of experience in Finance, Marketing and Corporate Communications, out of which more than 15 years has been in the healthcare sector.
Since joining KPJ in 2007, Rafeah has been instrumental in propelling the growth of KPJ's Health Tourism services to international tourists, which has seen the opening up of key markets including South East Asia and the Middle East. As head of Strategic Communications, she led the successful rebranding of KPJ which placed KPJ in the list of Malaysia's Top 100 Brands of Malaysia and garnered a 82% consumer brand recall as proven via an independent market survey. She is also CEO of KPJ Wellness and Lifestyle Programme, which currently has more than 20,000 members since its inception in 2008.
In 2013, Rafeah became an Alumni of INSEAD University and in the following year, received an award as being among the 100 Most Talented Global Marketing Leader by the World Marketing Congress.
She graduated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and a Master of Business Administration (Management).
Mah Lai Heng, a Malaysian, female, aged 58, was appointed Senior General Manager of the KPJ Group Clinical & Quality Services in 2012. In January 2015, she relinquished that role to focus on Business Operations as Executive Director for the East Malaysia Group of Hospitals, as well as Kuantan Specialist Hospital, Pahang, and KPJ Pahang Specialist Hospital. She is also the Company Director for several companies within the KPJ Group including Pharmacare Sdn Bhd, Medical Supplies (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd, SMC Healthcare Sdn Bhd and Amity Development Sdn Bhd.
Mah has held several positions across the KPJ network over her 20-year tenure with the Group. She was General Manager for KPJ Kuching Specialist Hospital and Chief Executive Officer of KPJ Penang Specialist Hospital. Mah first joined KPJ as a Nursing Tutor at KPJ's Putri Nursing College (now known as KPJ Healthcare University) in 1996.
She is also a facilitator and trained surveyor for the Malaysian Society Quality in Health since 2001.
Mah holds a degree in Nursing Sciences from University Malaya and completed her Advanced Critical Care Nursing from University South Australia. She obtained her Master in Business from the Henley Business School, University of Reading, United Kingdom, in 2009.
Mohd Nasir Mohamed, a Malaysian, male, aged 56, joined KPJ in 1993 and has held various positions in companies and hospitals within the KPJ Group. At present, he is the Executive Director of six (6) hospitals in KPJ namely KPJ Ipoh Specialist Hospital, KPJ Penang Specialist Hospital, Kedah Medical Centre, Taiping Medical Centre, Sri Manjung Specialist Centre and KPJ Perlis Specialist Hospital. He also sits on the Board of several support companies within the Group namely Pharmaserv Alliances Sdn Bhd, Malaysian Institute of Healthcare Management, Healthcare IT Solutions Sdn Bhd, and Pride Outlet Sdn Bhd.
Prior to joining KPJ, he was in the corporate and commercial banking industry for seven (7) years.
Mohd Nasir graduated with Bachelor of Accounting Degree in 1985 from University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland. He also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Healthcare Services and Hospital Management from South Bank University, London, United Kingdom.
Roslan Ahmad, a Malaysian, male, aged 53, is the Executive Director of five (5) hospitals in the KPJ Group,- KPJ Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital, KPJ Selangor Specialist Hospital, KPJ Kajang Specialist Hospital, KPJ Seremban Specialist Hospital and KPJ Perdana Specialist Hospital, Kota Bharu.
Roslan joined KPJ in 1996 as a Corporate Planner, before moving on to manage a number of KPJ hospitals namely KPJ Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital; KPJ Johor Specialist Hospital; KPJ Ipoh Specialist Hospital; KPJ Selangor Specialist Hospital; and United Hospital in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Prior to joining KPJ, he was attached to the Malaysian Pineapple Industry Board in 1988 and served its London office for five (5) years until 1995.
He holds a Bachelor's degree in Accounting from University of Minnesota Duluth and a Master in Business Administration from Miami University in 1987. He also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital Management from South Bank University London.
Dr. Mubbashir Iftikhar, a Pakistani, male, aged 46, is in charge of developing KPJ's new products and services. Prior to taking on this portfolio, he served as KPJ's Chief Information Officer (CIO) from 2011 to 2015. Key projects he worked on included Cloud Enablement, KPJ Clinical Information Systems (KCIS), Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) and the web portals.
A medical doctor from University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan, he is overseeing a key area of business thrust, i.e. Innovation and Digitalisation, where a new appointment system has started to take shape and implemented in 4 hospitals in 2016. He is also leading important aspects of business from innovation standpoint.