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We are more than just a hospital – a corporate entity, a social institution and a healthcare brand. For information on any of the above, or for feedback and suggestions, at Gleneagles Global Hospitals we are always happy to hear from you and assist you as best as possible. Please do get in touch with the respective departments to address your queries.
- Contact Finance
- Contact Human Resource
- Contact Supply Chain
- Contact Public Relations
- Contact Administration
The Finance Department at Gleneagles Global Hospitals deals with all invoicing, payments, insurance settlements. The department takes utmost care and accords the highest priority for the quick processing and accuracy of the financial transactions. The department also handles the publication of statutory financial statements and other compliance documents.
You can get in touch with the Finance Department for any queries, clarifications and need for information. The department personnel will be happy to provide the best possible assistance and help to answer your queries and give you clarity on transactions. You can find assistance to track payments, billing status and claims of the insurance settlements.
The finance department at Gleneagles Global Hospitals also handles the internal financial management which includes payroll and internal accounting. The need for speed, efficiency and accuracy is well understood and practiced. Regular audits, implementation of best practices and adherence to global accounting standards helps maintain the highest levels of transparency, accountability and probity.
The Department of Human Resources at Gleneagles Global Hospitals undertakes all procedures and processes related to the employees, their welfare, emoluments and perks. The department is the primary point of contact for employee information and assistance. The department of human resources takes lead in publishing the requirements of personnel, shortlisting of candidates and implementation of an interview schedule to hire the right people.
The departments works in close coordination with the remaining branches of the organization to foresee staffing demands and have a staff-hiring plan in place to meet all contingencies. The department undertakes frequent employee-assessments, conducts surveys and gathers feedback on performance to help evaluate employees and provide a definite career path.
Getting in touch with the department of human resources provides you with the information you may need on possible openings, interview schedules and the benefits of choosing Gleneagles Global Hospitals as your career avenue. Personnel at the Department will be happy to answer all your questions and provide assistance as required.
The supply chain management department is one of the most important departments that contribute to the smooth functioning of the hospital. The supply chain is key to creating better end-to-end visibility about all of the products, devices and supplies used in healthcare, which are critical to running businesses better. The Supply Chain Management (SCM) department plans, implements, and controls the operations of the supply chain with the purpose of satisfying the customer requirements as efficiently as possible with a continuous eye on operating cost reduction. It plans and manages all activities involved in sourcing and procurement, conversion and all logistics management activities.
The department efficiently integrates suppliers, logistics, different hospital departments (outpatient, emergency ward, radiology, pathology, supplies, stores and purchase) to ensure optimum utilization of resources. The ultimate aim is to transform a sick patient to a healthy person at a reasonable cost, in the shortest possible time and with superior patient satisfaction. Consolidation of demands from all the departments and proper flow of information between the departments and suppliers can remove a lot of bottlenecks and result in reduced cost of all the parties involved. If you are a vendor you can get in touch with our supply chain department to introduce your product.
The Department of Public Relations at Gleneagles Global Hospitals is the nodal agency in the organization for external outreach. The department is the public-facing wing of Gleneagles Global Hospitals and provides the organization's official statements, news transcripts and official data. Requests for interviews, on-site press meet, shoot etc, are handled by the personnel in the public relations office.
The department works with external PR agencies, news media and other agencies to further the interests of Gleneagles Global Hospitals. The department also deals with queries from media houses, publications and others.
Personnel at the department are happy to hear from you and provide you with the information/inputs you may require. Our doctors are frequently made available to provide expert opinions on matters of public health, path-breaking procedures carried out by the hospital and other important matters. The Public Relations department is also responsible for the dissemination of publicity material, images, video footages and other such materials with Gleneagles Global Hospitals copyright.
The Administrative wing of Gleneagles Global Hospitals is responsible for the overall operational and logistical functions. The personnel are responsible for the day-to-day functioning of the hospital and are happy to provide assistance on general operational details.
The administrative officials can be reached out to find out information on the availability of resources, general cleanliness, parking areas, information on hospital timings and holidays, facilities and fixtures amongst other things.
Gleneagles Global Hospitals has a large operational footprint spreading over four metropolitan cities and five hospitals - which requires a huge operational machinery to work in perfect coordination. With some of the most dedicated and industrious personnel, the administrative machinery of Gleneagles Global Hospitals is the pivot that keeps each of the hospitals locations and specialties working round-the-clock.
Gleneagles Global Hospitals India is one of the most recognizable and trusted healthcare brands in the country. We are with you not just in your sickness but actively work with you towards your overall wellness. Advanced medical care, comprehensive consultation and an empathetic approach is a promise across each one of our hospital locations across India. We nurture the vision of turning distant medical possibilities into today's realities. Providing specialized and interdisciplinary care for meeting every patient's health needs. Know more Know more about our journey towards becoming a world class healthcare facility with state-of-the-art infrastructure poised to deliver exceptional patient care experience. Know more Gleneagles Global Hospitals promotes a wide range of public-connect and public-awareness platforms to bring together patients, care-givers, doctors and other stakeholders. These platforms facilitate relevant conversations and offer hope and inspirations. This support groups brings together individuals fighting morbid obesity to offer them the ... KNOW MORE The Breast Cancer Support Group provides a platform to improve awareness on breast cancer ... KNOW MORE As a socially-responsible organization Gleneagles Global Hospitals supports and champions various initiatives for public awareness and welfare. These initiatives are towards building, improving and sustaining health care delivery needs of the Nation. These initiatives are dedicated towards giving that optimism, healing, recovery and the strong belief that there is more to life. Media Experts Speaks Two teenage brothers Shashank Thakur and Rajeev Thakur were operated upon by a team of doctors at Aware Gleneagles Global Hospital to bring them back to normalcy from a point of almost no return. Read More Surgeons from Aware Gleneagles Global Hospital, LB Nagar, on Thursday said they had successfully helped two teenage brothers walk again after a near-fatal accident that caused serious multiple injuries. Read More The number of jaundice cases in the city has seen an increase of around 10-15% over the past few months... Read More
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Gleneagles Global Hospitals India is one of the most recognizable and trusted healthcare brands in the country. We are with you not just in your sickness but actively work with you towards your overall wellness. Advanced medical care, comprehensive consultation and an empathetic approach is a promise across each one of our hospital locations across India.
We nurture the vision of turning distant medical possibilities into today's realities. Providing specialized and interdisciplinary care for meeting every patient's health needs.
Know more about our journey towards becoming a world class healthcare facility with state-of-the-art infrastructure poised to deliver exceptional patient care experience.
Gleneagles Global Hospitals promotes a wide range of public-connect and public-awareness platforms to bring together patients, care-givers, doctors and other stakeholders. These platforms facilitate relevant conversations and offer hope and inspirations.
This support groups brings together individuals fighting morbid obesity to offer them the ...
The Breast Cancer Support Group provides a platform to improve awareness on breast cancer ...
As a socially-responsible organization Gleneagles Global Hospitals supports and champions various initiatives for public awareness and welfare. These initiatives are towards building, improving and sustaining health care delivery needs of the Nation. These initiatives are dedicated towards giving that optimism, healing, recovery and the strong belief that there is more to life.
Media Experts Speaks
Two teenage brothers Shashank Thakur and Rajeev Thakur were operated upon by a team of doctors at Aware Gleneagles Global Hospital to bring them back to normalcy from a point of almost no return.
Surgeons from Aware Gleneagles Global Hospital, LB Nagar, on Thursday said they had successfully helped two teenage brothers walk again after a near-fatal accident that caused serious multiple injuries.
The number of jaundice cases in the city has seen an increase of around 10-15% over the past few months...
How do you respond if you're unsure of the answer? ›
- Stay calm. Interviewers may sometimes ask a difficult question to assess your response, rather than to test your knowledge. ...
- Ask clarifying questions. ...
- Share what you do know. ...
- Be honest. ...
- Express your desire to learn.
If you're asked a question about prior experience regarding something you've never done, the best way to answer isn't to say, “No, I've never done that.” Or, “No, I don't have experience in that area.” The best way to handle the question is to say something along these lines: While I have not had any direct experience ...What do you do when a customer asks a question that you can t answer? ›
Spend more time listening and asking
Instead, gently get to the root of the question. It might be that the customer is asking about a product or service you don't even offer. If that's the case, you can simply inform them that they can seek the answer from the appropriate authority.
The STAR method is a structured manner of responding to a behavioral-based interview question by discussing the specific situation, task, action, and result of the situation you are describing.What do I say instead of I don't know the answer to? ›
Informal ways (when talking to friends, colleagues, people we know): I'm not sure. I have no idea/I haven't a clue/ I haven't got the faintest idea/ I haven't got the foggiest idea (These expressions are the most common, and are used when you have no information and you cannot guess the answer to a question)How do you say you have little experience? ›
- inexperienced. adjective. lacking experience.
- uneducated. adjective. not having had much education.
- untrained. adjective. not trained to do a particular job.
- unqualified. adjective. ...
- illiterate. adjective. ...
- uninitiated. adjective. ...
- unskilled. adjective. ...
- untried. adjective.
Certainly, lacking experience does not contradict a core competency of the position or you wouldn't be interviewing. However, it is a legitimate flaw relative to competitors who may have more experience than you because it may be perceived that you don't have as much knowledge.What do you do if you don't have enough work at work? ›
- Ask your supervisor for additional projects. ...
- Give yourself a deadline. ...
- Evaluate your career goals. ...
- Plan a vacation. ...
- Get organized. ...
- Build relationships. ...
- Look for a new job. ...
- Spend time on personal projects.
This may occur when the person questioned either does not know the answer and wants to avoid embarrassment, or when the person is being interrogated or questioned in debate, and wants to avoid giving a direct response.
If your customer's demands have become unrealistic or impossible, try to remain calm and professional. Get to the root of their problem by listening actively and empathizing with them. Explain your own position clearly.
What to say to a client who doesn't respond? ›
Hi [Client], I haven't heard back from you on [project/opportunity] so I'm going to assume you've gone in a different direction or your priorities have changed. Let me know if we can be of assistance in the future. This email is helpful for a number of reasons.Which behavior should you avoid when in an interview? ›
Ensure you don't go off on tangents or end abruptly without rounding out your answer back to what was asked. Also, avoid mumbling or speaking too fast. The interviewer shouldn't have to ask you to repeat an answer or strain to hear what you're saying.What is your biggest flaw interview? ›
How to answer What are you greatest weaknesses? Choose a weakness that will not prevent you from succeeding in the role. Be honest and choose a real weakness. Provide an example of how you've worked to improve upon your weakness or learn a new skill to combat the issue.What is false star in interview? ›
A false STAR is a response you provide that is difficult for the interviewer to interpret. While these responses may be acceptable in everyday conversation, they do not allow the interviewer to isolate your role through a specific example of an actual previous behavior.How do you say I don't understand professionally? ›
- I'm sorry, I didn't catch what you said. Could you repeat it (more slowly)?
- I'm sorry, I didn't understand that? Would you mind repeating it?
- I'm sorry, I didn't hear you clearly. ...
- I'm sorry, what was that?
- Could you say that again, please?
- Could you repeat that, please?
- I'm sorry?
1 Use active voice. To sound more professional, be concise and to the point. Short and uncomplicated sentence structure that uses active verb phrases and minimizes passive voice will express your point more quickly and clearly, avoiding potential miscommunication and confusion.How do you smartly say I dont know? ›
- “I don't know the answer to that, but I'm anxious to find out.”
- “Let me tell you what I know, and what I'm still learning.”
- “That's an important question and I don't want to give you a half answer.
Fair enough / I see where you're coming from / I take your point / That makes sense. These are all polite ways to show that you understand and respect someone's opinion, without having to say if you agree with them. Of course / Absolutely.How do you say got it in a professional way? ›
- I see.
- That makes sense.
- It makes sense now.
- It's clear now.
- all right.
How do I sell myself in an interview with no experience? ›
- Find Out Who You'll Be Talking To. ...
- Ask Good Questions. ...
- Practice Talking About Yourself. ...
- Study the Main Points You Want to Mention. ...
- Show Them That You're Excited About the Position. ...
- Give Examples of What You've Achieved. ...
- Keep the Needs of the Company in Mind.
Give me an example of working with others where you did not agree. How well do you work with people who are different from you? Tell me about someone who has been difficult for you to work with in your job. What has been the most difficult situation for you to deal with in your current team?What are 3 good weaknesses in a job interview? ›
- Inexperience with specific software or a non-essential skill.
- Tendency to take on too much responsibility.
- Nervousness about public speaking.
- Hesitancy about delegating tasks.
- Discomfort taking big risks.
- Impatience with bureaucracies.
My strengths are I'm a self-motivated and hardworking person, and quickly learn anything. My weakness is I easily trust anybody. I am a hardworking person, I'm self-motivated, and I easily trust others. My strength is my parents they support me in all cases and I'm a hardworking & calm person.How do I turn lack of experience into a positive? ›
Lack of Experience
You might not have the experience the employer is looking for to fill the position. Start your explanation with, "I could use more experience in..." and then you can turn this into a positive by elaborating on times where you were in similar situations but were able to adapt quickly and successfully.
The Diplomatic Approach
You could mention that you feel ready to take on new projects or that you want to help the company in new ways. Allude to the fact that you could use a heavier or more engrossing workload, but don't outright say you don't have enough to do or my company is not giving me work.
Ask your boss for a performance improvement plan
If you believe there is validity to your manager's points, ask for an improvement plan that outlines specific goals and objectives. Make sure you align with your manager on specific ways to improve your work performance.
Say something like: “I really have a lot on my plate right now. I can let you know this afternoon if this is possible.” Strategy 2: Provide a proactive solution. Instead of outright shutting your manager down, try to provide a way to get the task done without overworking yourself.How do you deal with someone who avoids answering questions? ›
Ask them why they keep ignoring the question you're asking. Tell them how it makes you feel. Make sure they hear you and don't change the subject and make sure that they answer. If they tell you they don't want to or the question makes them uncomfortable then maybe rethink the question you are asking them.What is it called when someone doesn't talk back? ›
Reticent means either quiet or restrained. If you're reticent about your feelings, you like to keep them to yourself, and you're probably quiet in rowdy groups where everyone is talking over each other. The original meaning of reticent describes someone who doesn't like to talk.
What is a person who ignores called? ›
"Snub" is the correct verb, and a better noun form is "one who snubs."What can I say if I don't have work experience? ›
- Professional summary (even if you have no experience in your resume)
- Key skills you've learned in school and other experiences.
- Education and academic achievements.
- Classes, training and certifications.
- Personal or academic projects relevant to the job.
If you have no experience you can point to in your resume, highlight your education, include relevant non-work experience, list your skills, and include a summary. Get started by using a template.What should I put if I dont have experience? ›
You can create a killer no-experience resume by emphasizing your education instead. Include relevant internships, soft & hard skills, and projects. Other sections you can include on your resume are hobbies & interests, languages, certifications, or achievements.How do you compensate for lack of experience interview question? ›
Because your employer may waver over your lack of experience, you can counterattack by displaying your skills and talents that are relevant to the job. Focus on positive achievements and views. Use examples from your previous job, internships, activities or team involvements.How do I convince my employer to hire me without experience? ›
- Explain your excitement for the job. ...
- Describe how you're a good match for the position. ...
- List your skills and qualifications. ...
- Research the company beforehand. ...
- Try to be personable. ...
- Create impressive application materials. ...
- Give the employer several ways to contact you.
- Show that you have skills and experience to do the job and deliver great results. ...
- Highlight that you'll fit in and be a great addition to the team. ...
- Describe how hiring you will make their life easier and help them achieve more.