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Zahal Levy

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MediHelp International

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MediHelp International

Romania

Company Description

We are young and we are dynamic. We were born ten years ago and we bravely combined Medical Assistance with Health Insurance, a unique concept. We are friendly with our customers and we are here to provide you with best medical care from the best Insurers wo... more.

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Employment History

Vice President Business Development

Euromedic International N.V


Anglo Arab Insurance & Reinsurance Brokers Group


Representative of the Board

SOS Medical Group


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Zahal Levy, President of MediHelp International: In Romania there will be a basic health package with state and private health insurance
In a country impoverished by a lengthy communist regime and with a convalescent present in which the health sector is in dire straits, Zahal Levy, President of MediHelp International, is confident. The company he leads offers Romanians an alternative to... Zahal Levy - president of MediHelp Internation - Money Channel - June2013 Learn More Zahal Levy - believing in good leadership, not the trappings of power A mix of bike riding, love for Opera music, transparent and ethical leadership, insurance and a childhood in colonial Africa emerge while talking to Zahal Levy, the president and co-founder of MediHelp. In his interview for Romania-Insider.com, Levy talks...


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Zahal Levy, President of MediHelp International: In Romania...
Zahal Levy, President of MediHelp International: In Romania there will be a basic health package with state and private health insurance by MediHelp |Interviews| 2015 In a country impoverished by a lengthy communist regime and with a convalescent present in which the health sector is in dire straits, Zahal Levy, President of MediHelp International, is confident. The company he leads offers Romanians an alternative to the public health system: private medical insurance and, in his own words, he witnesses the Romanians' dramatic change of mentality in relation to the private sector. Zahal Levy - president of MediHelp Internation - Money Channel - June2013 Learn More Zahal Levy - believing in good leadership, not the trappings of power A mix of bike riding, love for Opera music, transparent and ethical leadership, insurance and a childhood in colonial Africa emerge while talking to Zahal Levy, the president and co-founder of MediHelp. In his interview for Romania-Insider.com, Levy talks...


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Zahal Levy - believing in good leadership, not the...
Zahal Levy - believing in good leadership, not the trappings of power A mix of bike riding, love for Opera music, transparent and ethical leadership, insurance and a childhood in colonial Africa emerge while talking to Zahal Levy, the president and co-founder of MediHelp. In his interview for Romania-Insider.com, Levy talks about his business ventures and his belief in the importance of good leadership, something which he thinks Romania lacks. During the two and a half weeks on the back of his motorcycle, while riding across South Eastern Europe, Zahal Levy didn't feel the need to disconnect from his business. While passing through Bulgaria, Macedonia, Greece and its islands, together with a group of other motorcycle riders, the Israeli business man, who brought Euromedic to Romania, stayed close to the business that now takes most of his time - the medical insurance broker MediHelp. This was not a one and only trip across Europe. Zahal Levy has had many other adventures on Europe's roads. In Romania, however, not so much, not because of the poor quality of the roads, but rather because of the hectic driving, not to be found in neighboring Bulgaria and Hungary, where MediHelp also operates and where Zahal Levy flies in for business. Back in his homeland Israel, where he has the same bike model as the one he owns in Romania, biking is not a challenge: in four hours he can cross the country. In perfect English with a surprising British accent, the Israeli who was brought up in an English language school in Africa in the 60s, where he father was working as a diplomat, speaks about the qualities he found in Romania when deciding to invest here for the first time in the late 90s. From his meeting room at the top floor of a small office building close to Victorie Square - the meeting room that he uses sometimes if he wants a moment for himself - Zahal Levy talks about Romanian society, blessed with many talents but cursed against moving full steam ahead, like a train without a head, because of the lack of leadership. "This country could have been number one in Europe, I think, if it was better led," the businessman says. Back in his military service in the Israel Navy, Zahal Levy learned how to become a good leader. The military service and his father's example shaped the leader he is now. "I have the tendency to trust my people and give them authority. On the one hand, I trust and support them as much as I can, and on the other, I am very strict. Some of them would say that I am very strict and demanding," he says launghing. An accomplished and confident man, Levy keeps his door open to colleagues. He shares the office and places little value on the ornaments that might make some feel they're the boss. The military experience, which is mandatory for men and women in Israel, contrasts sharply for most to a love of art, something that Levy inherited from his mother, who was a 'hunter of beautiful things', he says. Much like her, Zahal likes to collect beautiful objects. And he continued the family tradition and picked up on the family love of Opera music. This is intimately knit into his being, to the point that Levy's long lost talent and the chance to have been a composer and conductor in an Operatic orchestra is a cause of sorrow. "I could have been a great musician. In the next life! he says. In this life, he chose to make a difference on another level. "I think I am very very rich, if richness means you are happy and content with what you have, and you have people who appreciate you and who love you, and you can show what you did in your life that mattered to somebody," Levy says when asked whether he considers himself a rich man. Owner of a house on the beach in Bulgaria and one in Romania and knowing that Romania is just a temporary home for him, Levy thinks about the time when he will return to Israel, where he belongs. "At some point I will want to go back to Israel and close this chapter. I know I have had my contribution here, I created jobs, I changed the map of healthcare here. But there will be a time to go back to where I belong, and I belong to Israel," he says passionately. The same passion sparks in his eyes when talking about his two daughters and his son, soon to study medicine, with whom he says he has a great relationship. Children and his business enterprises are the biggest accomplishments in Zahal Levy's life. The Romanian leg of his life journey taught him much about himself and gave him the opportunity to do big scale projects, which would have probably not been possible in Israel, where the level of development is already high. But he is unhappy with the corruption and the impossible bureaucracy in Romania, and sometimes with the low level of integrity and unethical behavior. "A lot of it also comes from the lack of leadership, which is the number one problem of this country," he says. Despite his so called 'aluminum personality'- getting angry very quickly and calming down fast - and his tendency to criticize everything - in a positive way, he says-, he managed to get people on his side in business over the long term. He perceives Romanians as nice and friendly and hasn't changed his mind about it ever since choosing to turn the clean page that Romania was back in the late 90s. (photo source: Zahal Levy) Zahal Levy, President of MediHelp International: In Romania there will be a basic health package with state and private health insurance In a country impoverished by a lengthy communist regime and with a convalescent present in which the health sector is in dire straits, Zahal Levy, President of MediHelp International, is confident. The company he leads offers Romanians an alternative to... Zahal Levy - president of MediHelp Internation - Money Channel - June2013 Learn More


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Zahal Levy - president of MediHelp Internation - Money...
Zahal Levy - president of MediHelp Internation - Money Channel - June2013 Zahal Levy, President of MediHelp International: In Romania there will be a basic health package with state and private health insurance In a country impoverished by a lengthy communist regime and with a convalescent present in which the health sector is in dire straits, Zahal Levy, President of MediHelp International, is confident. The company he leads offers Romanians an alternative to... Zahal Levy - believing in good leadership, not the trappings of power A mix of bike riding, love for Opera music, transparent and ethical leadership, insurance and a childhood in colonial Africa emerge while talking to Zahal Levy, the president and co-founder of MediHelp. In his interview for Romania-Insider.com, Levy talks...


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On 29th of May 2013, Mr. Zahal Levy attended the 5th edition of Gala Top Medici, one of the most important events of excellence recognition in medicine.
In the conversations held with the reporters, Mr. Zahal Levy, the President of MediHelp International, brought up the subject of health...


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