Pawel Buszman leaves the Management Board of AHP
Ten post jest także dostępny w języku: polski
Last week, Prof. dr hab. n. med. Pawel Buszman resigned from the position of President of the Management Board of American Heart of Poland. Bartosz Sadowski was appointed in his place. There were also other changes in the Management Board of AHP.
Pawel Buszman will focus on scientific activitie
Prof. Paweł Buszman is a co-founder of American Heart of Poland, a hospital group founded in 2000, which currently includes over 20 interventional and vascular cardiology wards and Przedsiebiorstwo Uzdrowiskowe “Ustron” SA. The long-term President of the Management Board stated that from now on he will focus on scientific, innovative and grant activities and on developing international cooperation in the field of medicine. Prof. Buszman would also like to have more time for his patients.
Bartosz Sadowski: new President of the Management Board of AHP
Bartosz Sadowski gained experience in running companies by, among others, acting as the President of the Management Board of Przedsiebiorstwo Uzdrowiskowe Ustron SA. During this time, he carried out restructuring and completed the privatisation process. For the company, the change described above means, among other things, closer cooperation between the entities that are part of AHP. This, in turn, will lead to cost optimisation and EBITDA growth.
This is not the end of the changes in American Heart of Polan
Dr. Marek Krol and Wiesław Dropiewski also leave the company’s Management Board. As a result of the aforemetioned changes, the composition of the Management Board of American Heart of Poland is as follows:
- Bartosz Sadowski – President of the Management Board
- Paweł Kaźmierczak – Member of the Management Board Medical Director
- Magdalena Demucha – Member of the Management Board, Chief Financial Officer
- Jacek Rydzek – Member of the Management Board for Operations.
More information on the AHP Group in the PMR report “Public and non-public hospital market in Poland 2019. Investment plans and comparative analysis by voivodships“.