Dr. Baron Dieudonné NGASIA, is a young Congolese doctor, aged 36, with good expertise in hematology and hospital management. He has a professional experience of more than 10 years. He is married and has a family.
Graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Kinshasa, he holds a university degree in red blood cell disorders (major sickle cell syndrome), from Paris Est Créteil University, in Paris, France.
He also has training in the Healthcare Management Program, Infectious Diseases and Public Health in the United States of America (USA). He also did a Clinical Biology Assistantship, University Clinics in Kinshasa, Faculty of Medicine, and then followed several trainings and internships abroad;
Member of several scholarly societies and international organizations, including the Network of Study of Sickle Cell Disease in Central Africa “REDAC”, of which he is the co-founder and secretary general, alongside the eminent Professor Léon TSHILOLO who assumes the Presidency. With the latter, they belong to a large global network of researchers and scientists (www.researchersgate.com), working on sickle cell disease.
Dr. Baron Dieudonné NGASIA has experienced various managerial experiences in the field of hospital management of public and private institutions, and consultancy missions with results in the field:
For more than 3 years, he managed the renowned Training and Health Support Center “CEFA-MONKOLE”, a major training and research center associated with the MONKOLE Hospital Center, as well as scientific projects funded by the European Union.
Then, from 2013 to 2017, he brilliantly managed the best hospital in the province of Maniema, the LUMBULUMBU Hospital Center in Kindu, a very modern hospital with a very good technical platform, built with the support of the GERTLER Family Foundation and belonging to respectful Prime Minister MATATA PONYO. Its professionalism, its know-how, its integrity and its rigorous and rational management, based on the respect of the hospital management procedures and the satisfactory results on the ground, made it possible to establish a notoriety with the LUMBULUMBU hospital center, and to make it a an excellent and economically viable hospital, which continues to operate even after leaving Kindu in March of this year. The hospital is currently well managed by another Medical Director who has personally trained and accompanied.
Since July 2017, he is head of the Kisangani Cinquantenaire Hospital, in Kisangani, Tshopo province, with the aim of straightening and restructuring it to make it economically viable, because this hospital State is managed in a public-private partnership by GFF. In full restructuring, its operation has been computerized, management tools are introduced and the hospital is currently paying all its operating and operating expenses since August.
He has several scientific publications in international journals, mainly on sickle cell disease and is fluent in English, French, Italian, Spanish, Swahili, Lingala and Kikongo.