After graduating from the Medical University of Warsaw, Grzegorz Goryszewski continued his studies at the University of South Carolina, USA. While in the United States, he found employment at the Health and Human Services Finance Commission which helped him to understand the American healthcare system in detail.
Upon his return to Poland, he then worked as an assistant at the Department of Vascular Surgery and Transplantation at the University College Hospital, Medical University of Warsaw. After obtaining his first degree of specialisation in surgery, he commenced his employment in the Department of Cardiac Surgery at the Cardiology Institute in Warsaw and subsequently acquired a second-degree specialisation in cardiac surgery. He then earned the degree of Doctor of Medicine, with his dissertation awarded by the Academic Council of the Cardiology Institute and rewarded by the Foundation for Polish Science.
He has been the author and co-author of numerous publications and speeches at medical congresses and held the position of secretary at the Polish Heart Surgeons’ Club for over five years.
During his time in the USA, Grzegorz Goryszewski became interested in running businesses and established his first company. In 2005, he designed and founded the first cardiology hospital in the Polish capital district, Masovia, Allenort Kardiologia s.p. z o.o., which started its operations in 2006 and consequently contributed to the development of a chain of interventional cardiology and cardiac surgery wards.
Dr Grzegorz Goryszewski introduced Gamma Knife technology to Poland and organised its first hospital use with the aid of national funding. The project was implemented by the Allenort Radio-Guided Neurosurgery Clinic. In 2012, on behalf of the Gamma Knife Allenort Centre in Warsaw, he received the Level II Award of the Healthcare System of Poland (OSOZ) in the category of Innovative Ideas in Health Care. That same year, he won the Manager of the Year in the Healthcare System award, a prestigious award granted by the editorial board of the monthly magazine Health Market (Rynek Zdrowia).
Currently, he holds the position of the Chairman of the Polish Union of Specialist Hospitals, which was established by his initiative, and is associated with Lewiatan, the confederation of Polish employers.
Marek Szufladowicz is a graduate of the Medical University of Warsaw. His professional career started in heart surgery in the Department of Cardiac Surgery at the Cardiology Institute in Warsaw, where he obtained his specialisation and earned the degree of Doctor of Medicine. During the course of his postgraduate training, he worked at the University Children’s Cardiac Surgery Hospital of Utrecht, The Netherlands (1985/86) and the Hospital for Sick Children, London, England (1990/91).
At the invitation of eminent consultants, he then worked at the prestigious Harley Street Clinic in London. It was the moment when he appreciated the potential of privately-owned medical units with the highest standards. He later applied his abilities and knowledge in cardiac surgery of congenital disabilities in children and adults at the Cardiology Institute in Warsaw.
Dr Szufladowicz was the co-author of a program for cardiac surgery of congenital disabilities. This program, initiated in 1988, led the heart surgery clinic in Anin, Poland to the position of the European leader in the treatment of adults suffering from congenital disabilities. He is the author and co-author of several dozen Polish and international scientific publications, numerous lectures and congressional presentations, books, and annual reports of the Polish Heart Surgeons’ Club between 1989 and 2003, during which time he was also its secretary.
He has participated in establishing and developing Allenort since 2005. Currently, he is a member of the supervisory board of Allenort Cardiology Clinics and a member of the board at the Polish Union of Specialist Hospitals which is associated with Lewiatan, the confederation of Polish Employers.
Soon after graduating from the Medical University of Warsaw, Grzegorz Piotrowski became interested in running businesses. At the very beginning of his business career, he was employed at a major European editorial company that also specialised in the wholesale of books. He later became company’s independent editor and owner.
Since the beginning of the 1990s, Grzegorz Piotrowski has been interested in financial markets and actively participates in Poland's capital market. For many years, he has been a successful, independent investo
After graduating with a degree in sociology from the University of Warsaw, Łukasz Goryszewski continued his postgraduate studies in management and marketing at the Warsaw Management University. In 2013, he successfully defended his PhD dissertation Consumption Styles of the Polish Upper Class at the University of Warsaw's Institute of Applied Social Sciences. He has also been a long-term lecturer of the highest academic rank.
Dr Łukasz Goryszewski has worked as an HR consultant at Resolutio Doradztwo Personalne (a personnel consultancy company) and a statistical analysis and methodology specialist at the Institute of Justice, Poland. He is also the author of reports for the Centre for Studies of Analysis and Information at the Supreme Medical Chamber, Poland.