Jorge Moll is the President-director and member of the governing board of the D’Or Institute for Research and Education based in Rio de Janeiro. He and his family are the most significant shareholders in Rede D’Or Sao Luiz that happens to be Brazil’s biggest network of independent hospitals. The doctor founded the network in 1977 after selling shares to Grupo BTG Pactual, Carlyle Group and GIC in 2010 and 2015. The hospital’s capacity stands at 5,000 beds in over 35 hospitals. Jorge Moll is a cardiologist who pursued his master of public health from the Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro. In 2010, after selling stock, he acquired Fleury and took over Sao Paulo found in Sao Luiz, another hospital group. Fellow billionaire Andre Esteves’ financed the merger. Terms and conditions were that the shares could be converted to debentures in the same year. He lives in Rio de Janeiro together with his wife and nine children.
Dr. Jorge Moll was recently interviewed to talk on his various accomplishments as a cardiologist. He claimed not to waste time on ideas. Instead, he advised of implementing the plan or discarding the idea if it is not worth the time. He added by saying that there may be someone deprived of a problem that the idea could solve. Also, another person may implement the plan making the original idea holder at a loss. The cardiologist spearheaded the development of IDOR. The essential medical research institute mission statement is to promote healthcare as well as innovate the medical education sector: More about ideas and visions from Jorge Moll. The concept turned into a passion, and upon acting on the idea, it came to help Brazilians in the healthcare system.
When he was further interviewed, he claimed to be as productive as possible was the main driving force behind his success. Incorporating the success would be to meet essential people in the medical and business world who are working on the improvement of the sector. Jorge meets up with scholars, businesspersons, scientists, staff members, and representatives from various organizations. He has said that choosing the right work partner is usually the hardest thing possible.