Business Development Strategist

Andrew Cutugno is a seasoned Business Development professional with 29 years’ experience in Business Development in the Healthcare Industry. During this time Mr Cutugno spent 16 years as Regional Business Development Director of a British Healthcare Group of Companies. He set-up a sound distributor network in the Middle – East & North Africa with no less than 10 countries under his responsibility. In 2007 he set-up a Medina Healthcare Ltd a Distributor Company registered in Malta, representing world class manufacturers. In 2015 he sold his interest in Medina Healthcare Ltd to the Daystar Group of Companies a local Investor and stayed on as Director Responsible for Business Development in the Healthcare Sector.

Podiatrist, Managing Director at Hoof Ltd

Clinton Schembri Francalanza is a Sports Podiatrist and Entrepreneur. He followed his love for sports by enrolling into Podiatry to help his clients get back to sports as fast as possible. For several years, he also coached fitness in a number of gyms and introduced OCR to Malta – being the first coach to obtain such certification and was an important stepping stone for others to follow. He is also the director of a company which manufactures Custom Orthotics locally. The company also offers Podiatry Services in several clinics and is made up of an exquisite team of Podiatrists from each field of the profession.  

Chief Executive Officer, Primary HealthCare

Roseanne Camilleri is the Chief Executive Officer, Primary HealthCare. This position followed her 10-year tenure as CEO-Pharmacy of Your Choice (POYC).  She is an MBA Graduate (Distinction) from Grenoble (France), a Birmingham University Certified Postgraduate in Hospital Management, a Fellow – Institute of Leadership and Management (UK), a Fellow of the Royal Society for Health Care (FRSPH) and Associate Dean Queen Mary University of London -Malta, Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Medical Education within Institute of Health Sciences Education (Barts School of Medicine). Ms Camilleri served as the statutory Chairperson of St Luke’s Hospital Management Committee. She authored myriad strategic reports and drafted the 2004 National Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Plan. Ms Camilleri received the Malta Best Health Care Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 Award.  In December 2020 – the Covid 19 Year – Roseanne secured three distinctive accomplishments – the Health Entrepreneur for the Year 2020, the MBR Chairman’s Value Award and the exceptional Lifetime Achievement Award for Health Care. She was conferred with the 2017 Gieħ San Giljan and in December 2021 she was bestowed by the President of Malta with the esteemed National Worker of the Year 2021 Award.

Personal Trainer

Shawn Farrugia has always had an affinity towards health, fitness & training growing up. To complement his decade long Judo career, he took on weight training which eventually ended up in him taking Powerlifting seriously. In the meantime, he graduated in Psychology, where in his third year of studies he focused on Sports Psychology. During his student years, he also worked with a well-known pharmaceutical company supplier based in Malta. Having achieved great results in competitions, he easily started getting approached by strength training athletes to coach them. His clients went on to obtain great results abroad in World & European Championships. Shawn fell in love with the process of getting people healthier, stronger, fitter and decided to take on Personal Training as his full-time job after achieving a Diploma in Fitness Instructing and Personal Training along with other courses he attended after his Bachelor’s degree.

Member of Parliament Health Committee

Dr. Stephen Spiteri is a Member of Parliament Health Committee on behalf of the PN and Shadow Minister of Health for the Opposition, and was elected to Parliament in 2008 till today. In March 2010, he was appointed Parliamentary Assistant within the Ministry of Education, Employment and the Family. He is also a member of the Standing Committee on Social Affairs and a member of the Maltese delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly for the Mediterranean. He also participated in meetings organised by the European Parliamentary and Council Presidency Joint Committees on various issues related to human rights and development and the single market. Stephen Spiteri graduated as a Doctor of Medicine and Surgery in 1992 from the University of Malta, and following his internship at the state hospital he went into G.P. training. He is also a member of the Malta College of Family Doctors, and has been practicing family medicine for over 25 years.