Oussama Nicolas and Elsy Dumit joins Roland Berger's health team

24 April 2024 Consultancy-me.com 2 min. read
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Roland Berger has expanded its healthcare consulting practice in the Middle East with two leadership appointments.

Appointed a partner, Oussama Nicolas brings over 20 years of healthcare focused experience to the strategy consulting firm. He works with leaders across the healthcare landscape to achieve sustainable improvements in healthcare systems across the GCC.

He joins Roland Berger from a major consultancy where he was a partner in its Healthcare practice, working on projects around healthcare strategy and transformation, care design, capacity planning, and execution.

Oussama Nicolas and Elsy Dumit - Roland Berger

“I am thrilled to be part of Roland Berger and to contribute to the growth and advancement of the healthcare consulting practice. With the firm's global footprint and dedication to excellence, I am eager to collaborate with our clients in driving meaningful sustainable change and innovation within the healthcare sector,” said Nicolas.

Appointed a principal, Elsy Dumit brings almost 15 years of experience to Roland Berger. She has worked in consulting, most recently at another strategy consultancy firm, and across the health industry, as well as in life sciences and global non-profit institutions. She has significant expertise within public health, healthcare, life sciences, and the social sector.

In her new role at Roland Berger, Dumit will support clients develop national-level strategies with a focus on public health, health policy and population health management, and designing and supporting holistic strategic transformations. She also is involved in the implementation of plans, committed to creating actionable change and lasting impact.

“Joining Roland Berger presents a tremendous opportunity to leverage my experience and insights to address the evolving challenges in healthcare. I am eager to work alongside the talented team at Roland Berger to deliver tailored solutions that empower our clients to achieve their strategic objectives and enhance population health and well-being,” said Dumit.

Commenting on the senior hires, Hani Tohme, Managing Partner of Roland Berger in the Middle East, said their arrivals underlines the firm’s commitment to delivering top-tier healthcare advisory services that addresses the future of healthcare in the region.

“These appointments come at a time when the healthcare sector is facing unprecedented challenges, from evolving regulatory landscapes to the increasing demand for digital transformation. We remain committed to supporting healthcare organizations in overcoming these challenges and achieving sustainable growth.”