Humsha Ramgobin


Job Title: Group Chief HR Officer

Company: Mediclinic Group


Humsha Ramgobin is the Group Chief HR officer at Mediclinic, a position she has held since August 2023. Prior to this position, Humsha was the CHRO at Mediclinic Southern Africa. With a strong background in the field, Humsha has held various HR leadership roles in prominent organisations including Massmart, ABSA/Barclays, AVI Group, Woolworths and Clicks. Humsha holds a BA Honours in Social Work (University of KZN), a BA Honours in Organisational Psychology (UNISA) and Coaching Certification (UCT Graduate School).

2023 - Present     Group Chief HR officer, Mediclinic Group
2022 - 2023          CHRO, Mediclinic Southern Africa
2020 - 2022          Vice President: Group Organisational Effectiveness, Massmart
2017 - 2020           HR Director, Massdiscounters t/a Game and Dionwired
2015 - 2017            HR Director, Absa
2013 - 2015            HR Director, Irvin & Johnson - AVI Group
2012 - 2013            HR Director, Indigo Brands - AVI Group
2011 - 2012:           Human Resources consultant, Leading Edge HR Consulting
2002 - 2010:          HR Executive, Woolworths Financial Services
2001 - 2002:          National HR Manager, Clicks Group
1998 - 2000:          Divisional HR Manager, Clicks Group
1997 - 1998:           HR Practitioner, Old Mutual

2020 - 2021: Coaching Certification, UCT Graduate School
1999 - 2000: BA Honours in Organisational Psychology, UNISA
1987 - 1990: BA Honours in Social Work (University of KZN)

About Mediclinic : Following its humble beginnings in 1983, Mediclinic has since emerged and grown into a strong international brand with a footprint across Southern Africa, Switzerland and the Middle East. Mediclinic Southern Africa is a private hospital group operating in South Africa and Namibia focused on providing acute care, specialist-orientated, multi-disciplinary hospital services and related service offerings.The group currently operates 47 hospitals, 14 day clinics, 5 sub-acute and 3 mental health facilities throughout South Africa and 3 private hospitals in Namibia, with more than 8661 beds.


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