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Amitava Ghosh

architect , health care executive

Amitava Ghosh, Indian architect, health care executive. Recipient Meritorious Service medal Secretary Department Army, 1984. Member American College Health Care Executives, Reserve Officers Association United States, Non-Profit Ethnic Organization for Americans of East Indian Descent, Columbia University School Public Health Alumni Association Hindu.

Background

Ghosh, Amitava was born on February 2, 1947 in Calcutta, India. Son of Binay Krishna and Avamoyee Ghosh.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Indian Institute of Technology, 1968. Master of Science in Health Care Design, Columbia University, 1974, Master in Public Health, 1982.

Career

Assistant to administrator Helene Fuld Medical Center, Trenton, New Jersey, 1976-1977. Health care administrator Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, 1978-1981. Architect, project coordinator United States Army Health Facilities Planning Agency, Washington, 1981-1983.

Architect, project manager United States Army Corps Engineers, Washington, since 1983. Captain United States Army, 1978-1983.

Membership

Member American College Health Care Executives, Reserve Officers Association United States, Non-Profit Ethnic Organization for Americans of East Indian Descent, Columbia University School Public Health Alumni Association Hindu.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, photography, international affairs.

Connections

Married Mahashweta (Rita) Majumdar, August 22, 1979.

father:
Binay Krishna

mother:
Avamoyee Ghosh

spouse:
Mahashweta