Sandra Mohan A/L Manthiry was appointed as an Independent Non-Executive Director of OCB on 1 December 2022.
He holds a Masters in Hospital & Health Administration from University of Iowa, USA, a Degree in Mathematics & Computer Science from University of Science Malaysia, Malaysia, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Management Science from the National Institute of Public Administration (INTAN), Malaysia and a Certificate in Human Resource Management from University of Pittsburgh, USA.
From 1979 to 2000, Mr. Sandra Mohan A/L Manthiry served as an Administrative and Diploma Officer for the Government of Malaysia in various positions at the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Health.
In 2000, he pioneered the students’ healthcare program for Institutions of Higher Learning in Malaysia with Insurers. He was involved in several healthcare consultancies for the Ministry of Health Malaysia, namely in the design and implementation of a specialized pilot project on telemedicine, Hospital Information System and in the implementation of Malaysian Case-Mix System for public hospitals.
Beginning 2011, he was actively involved with the Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council to promote Malaysian Healthcare to regional countries, in particular Bangladesh.
He founded and established the quarterly magazine InfoMed for healthcare professionals and the public. The magazine provides new and information on the latest, emerging technologies and practices in the field of medicine, and updates on pertinent government policies and programs.
In 2017, he founded Click2Health Sdn Bhd (Click2Health), a company that provides home healthcare, residential care homes for senior citizens, and a population health hub that promotes new concept of healthcare services that prioritizes wellness and preventive care on a seamless platform. In 2020, Click2Health established Heritage Senior Care Centre, a nursing home for senior citizens requiring post-hospitalization services, palliative care, step-down care, and professional nursing long-term care 24 hours.
Since 2021, through InfoMed (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, he organizes the Selangor International Healthcare Conference with Invest Selangor. This annual conference engages experts, policymakers, scientists, and pathfinders of the industry to seek better future for healthcare services and delivery.