Jorge Moll Redefines Luxury Healthcare in Brazil

Jorge Moll is a successful Brazilian entrepreneur with vast interests in the healthcare industry. He is the president of the D’Or Institute for Research and Education. The non-profit advocates for scientific research and technological innovation in healthcare. It has a strong focus on neurosciences, internal medicine, and oncology among numerous others. The institute is part of the broader Rede D’Or network of hospitals, which he oversees.


His family owns a majority stake in the healthcare group. The hospital group operates more than thirty private hospitals and several managed medical centers. Additionally, it has numerous oncology clinics. Rede D’Or is the biggest independent hospital network and has a presence in the major cities in the country. Under Jorge Moll’s leadership, the group acquired Sao Luiz, a network of prestigious hospitals based in Sao Paulo.


Jorge Moll attended the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro where he graduated with a master’s degree in public health. He then went on to become a cardiologist (Loop.Frontiersin). In 1977, he founded an imaging lab providing health diagnostics to the healthcare industry. He has never looked back. Today, the Rede D’Or is the largest operator of hospitals and diagnostics labs in the country.

Jorge Moll is involved in groundbreaking scientific research in neuroscience and oncology. He has won numerous industry awards for his leadership excellence as well as his scientific proficiency. Some of his published articles cover the subject of how to leverage the emotional rewards system in the brain for longer life, benefits of technology in healthcare and strategies to improve executive management in the industry.


Jorge Moll is the man behind the iconic Copa Star luxury hospital in Rio de Janeiro. The facility provides 6-star hospitality, deluxe patient suites, world-class doctors and the latest medical infrastructure supported by cutting-edge technology platforms. Technology enables service providers to reduce their service delivery costs in numerous ways.


They get access to large databases of patient histories, streamline prescriptions and renewals and improve the quality of patient care in hospitals. He likes to tell the tale of Rede D’Or from a small lab to the biggest hospital network at seminars. He has guided the group to strong values on medical quality, accreditation, technology, and creativity.