Southeast Asia


An extensive innovation network of public and private sector partners across Southeast Asia.

Our Southeast Asia office is a catalyst for innovative health solutions and a resource for comprehensive market insights across the region. With a central office in Singapore, ACCESS Health Southeast Asia is well positioned to offer collaborative cross-industry partnership opportunities through its extensive network of private and public sector partners.


All about ACCESS Health Southeast Asia

Addressing global health and regulations at the USP Convention
ACCESS Health International at the ASK Health Asia Health and Life Sciences Innovation and Cooperation Summit
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Krishna Reddy


Krishna Reddy, MD, is responsible for the overall development, management, and leadership of the activities of ACCESS Health across the Asia region. Krishna is a board certified cardiologist with a long and distinguished career, marked by his leadership of the CARE Hospital Group which he helped create. The hospital group is now recognized as the most advanced, complete cardiac care center in the country. The hospitals have become models for patient satisfaction and innovation.

Simeen Mirza

Associate Director

Simeen manages consulting and research projects relevant to health service model transformation and innovation in health technology and health financing. Prior to joining, she worked with governments, international development agencies and private firms to provide consulting services spanning growth strategy, financial advisory, and market intelligence. Simeen holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from the Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode and a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from IIIT, Hyderabad in India.

Rajvi Mehta


Rajvi is responsible for the ongoing financial management and sustainability of the office, including business continuity of the operations. Prior to joining ACCESS Health, Rajvi worked in a patient safety initiative for the UK National Health Service. She has more than five years of experience working in public healthcare organizations, focusing on the implementation of safety initiatives as a lead data analyst and improving financial management for hospital departments as a management accountant. Rajvi has a bachelor's degree in mathematics from the University of Hertfordshire.

Timothy Fang

Senior Consultant

Timothy is a Senior Consultant at ACCESS Health Southeast Asia and coordinator for the Asia-Pacific Cardiovascular Diseases Alliance. He was previously at the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) which administered the national Primary Care Networks scheme for private primary care chronic disease management. Timothy began his career in the Singapore Foreign Service, including a posting in Cambodia and assignments covering Southeast Asia, Europe and the Arctic Council. He holds a Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) in political science from the National University of Singapore.

Iman Fahim Hameed


Iman Fahim Hameed is a Consultant with ACCESS Health Southeast Asia, based in Singapore. She works on projects related to health financing, health system strengthening and public health policy, among other areas. Previously, Iman worked as a life science researcher at the National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University, as well as a public health researcher and trend-reporter for UK-based charity, Public Health Pathways. She holds a degree in Life Sciences from the National University of Singapore, and a Master of Science in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (UK).

Miguel Tan

Junior Consultant

Miguel handles consulting assignments related to digital health, healthcare systems and health services. He also coordinates public communications and event planning efforts for the Access Health Southeast Asia office. Previously, Miguel worked as a civil servant at the Ministry of Health (Singapore) to conduct external surveillance and risk analysis of public health threats. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Life Sciences from the National University of Singapore.

Wen Jin

Junior Consultant

Wen Jin works on projects related to health financing, health system strengthening, and public health policy. Prior to joining ACCESS Health International, she worked in healthcare administration and public health academia. Wen Jin holds a Bachelor's degree in Life Sciences with a minor in Public Health and Aquatic Ecology.