We enable clinicians to collaborate from anywhere in the world
In late 2016, Dr Nadine Hachach-Haram FRCS (Plast), BEM, drew on her surgical experiences and her passion for innovation and education, to create Proximie.
“I wanted to create a platform that could extend the reach of a surgeon’s expertise, and make that skill timeless. A multi-sensory experience that was a catalyst for collaboration, and that could eventually digitise a surgeon’s footprint. We wanted to create the effect of a borderless operating room that could empower surgeons to remotely share knowledge that could ultimately reduce variation in care, and help save lives.”
Professor of Otology/Neurology,
University of Illinois
Consultant Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary (HPB) surgeon,
University Hospital Southampton NHS Trust
Consultant Urological Surgeon at
Guy’s, St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust
Core Surgical Trainee,
Queen Victoria Hospital
DR NADINE HACHACH-HARAM
FOUNDER AND CEO
As a practicing surgeon, Dr. Nadine witnessed firsthand, in both the developed and developing world, the considerable variation in clinical care which drives up cost and results in poor patient outcomes. Proximie was born out of a need, and her ambition as a surgeon was to find a solution and scale it using technology.
Jesse has over 20 years of finance, investment, and strategy experience. Before Proximie, he spent 10 years investing globally across emerging markets, focusing on technology and healthcare at Janus Henderson and boutique asset managers. He previously worked at UBS and Deutsche Bank and holds a BSc in Business Administration from Cornell University, and an MBA from Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.
Paul has a track record of scaling successful product and technology organizations at Sohonet, where he was Head of Product Development and brought the Emmy-award winning ClearView Flex creative collaboration product to market. He brings over two decades of experience creating and delivering cutting-edge technologies within the media production, finance, and research science industries.
Bryn spent 15 years working in the medical device industry, at Stryker, J&J and Smith+Nephew, in commercial and operations leadership roles. His MBA focused on business model innovation in digital health, which led to him deploying technologies across the value chain of surgery within blue chip and early-stage organisations. Before Proximie, Bryn was CSD at Digital Surgery.