Anju George

Anju George, PhD Student in Management
Anju George, PhD Student in Management

PhD Title: Health Care’s Response to Climate Change: Quantify and Reduce the Carbon Footprint of Health System in New Zealand with Sustainable Solution


Office: PhD room, Level 1, Rutherford House, Pipitea campus, Wellington 6011

Supervisors: Dr Vipul Jain & Dr. Bronwyn Howell


After obtaining Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from India, Anju completed her Masters in Business Administration in Hospital and Health services Management from United Kingdom and is currently pursuing her a Ph.D. in Management focussing on Sustainability and Carbon Footprint in Healthcare Industry in New Zealand.

Anju has a diverse range of professional experience in healthcare sector, both in executive roles and as an entrepreneur. She had worked as an executive at Aster Medcity, a renowned Quaternary care hospital in India. During her tenure, she had gained valuable insights into the operational aspects of large-scale healthcare facility. In addition to her corporate experience, Anju has also ventured into the realm of entrepreneurship by establishing a small-scale online business.

Anju’s current concentration in her PhD studies is on sustainability and carbon footprint in the healthcare industry. Her research aims to analyse the impact of healthcare practices on the environment and develop strategies for creating a more sustainable and eco-friendly healthcare system. Through her work, she intends to contribute towards minimizing carbon emissions, optimizing resource utilization, and promoting environmentally conscious practice within the healthcare sector.


Bachelor of Science in Nursing, KIMS College of Nursing, Kerala, India

MBA in Hospital and Health services Management, University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

Certificate in Healthcare Quality management, Apollo hospital education and research foundation, India

Research interests:

Carbon emission, carbon footprint, sustainability, healthcare management, climate change, business, CSR