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Dr. Rakesh Garg
Executive Medical Officer

About Dr. Rakesh Garg

A physician turned technical architect cum entrepreneur with exemplary skills in converting startup ideas into real products. He has guided and assisted a countless number of entrepreneurs in earning millions of dollars on a yearly basis.

Coming from a middle-class family, he learned multiple practical business skills while helping his father in the family business right from his childhood days. It was while pursuing his MBBS at Government Medical College, Patiala, that he discovered his keen interest in technology. Thus, he turned into a self-taught software programmer and, within one year, launched his first startup with 0.5 million users. This was just before he finished his MBBS.

Later, he served as a Medical Officer for the Govt. of Punjab. This experience further helped him come face to face with the challenges faced by health care in the rural areas of India. During this tenure, he also worked as an executive senior medical officer and nodal officer for various national health programs like the national immunization program, Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakram, etc. This experience made him realize that medical cost is a major barrier in healthcare delivery. He decided to resolve this barrier and found to spread awareness about generic drugs.

During the past few years, he has served as Chief Technology Officer ( CTO ) for various eCommerce companies in the USA and Europe. He has helped these companies in the automation of various business processes and also for getting useful data insights to help make crucial business decisions.

At present, he is working on multiple healthcare AI projects with the sole aim to make healthcare affordable for one and all. He also makes valuable contributions to society as a trustworthy physician who is always there to assist families and individuals with healthcare concerns.

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