A team of partners
in search of
Loxamed was born with the ambition to support populations with limited or no access to medical care and treatment.
The pandemic then struck without warning and Loxamed accelerated its creation to invest fully in the fight against the coronavirus and to offer mobile screening, diagnosis and vaccination solutions.
Mobile health at the heart of our values
Loxamed has developed innovative and connected mobile medical solutions in several major sectors of citizens' daily lives: local authorities (regions, departments, metropolises, urban communities, municipalities, etc.), transport (in particular with the SNCF and Air France), companies (amusement parks, construction sites, shopping centres, offices, etc.) and sports or cultural events.
Loxamed extends its interventions to other sectors. The EHPAD or old people's homes, which see their number of residents in important lack of autonomy increasing and exceeding the 90% and their staff decreasing, (according to the last figures of the Drees). The tourism/hospitality and catering sector, at the heart of the global flow of people, which is becoming structured in terms of health. Schools and higher education establishments, which have adapted urgently during the crisis, but which will have to review their prevention and protection systems for pupils and students in depth once the pandemic is behind us. Finally, pharmacies, which, thanks to Loxamed and its mobile diagnostic and screening boxes, have already been able to benefit from working conditions that meet 100% of health requirements, but which will be the subject of reinforced assistance.
A team of employees
in search of innovative, tailor-made solutions
Loxamed's team is structured into six main areas. It includes both experienced profiles and young talent. A medical department has been created around the doctors of the TeleDok platform, which includes 100 professionals, emergency physicians, general practitioners, nurses or specialists and whose mission will be to evaluate the good medical practices of the company and to validate the health dimension of the solutions and protocols established by Loxamed. All the Loxamed teams work daily to offer everyone simplified access to care, screening and management.
The executive management has been able to evolve throughout the crisis as the pandemic changes. It is highly adaptable and forward-looking.
President of Loxamed
Arnaud Molinié is a graduate of the ESJ (École Supérieure de Journalisme) and the École des Hautes Etudes Politiques et Sociales (HEPS) in Paris. He started his career as a journalist at the Nouvelles de Versailles, then as a researcher at the S.I.G (Service d'Information du Gouvernement) before joining the general management of Lyonnaise des Eaux.
In 1998, he became Director of Communications Genopole (French government program in genetics), which he left in 2000 to join the Lagardère group, where he successively held the positions of Director of Communications, Director of Strategy and Development, General Manager of Activities and CEO of various subsidiaries, including Lagardère Entertainment, which he created in 2007.
He joined Deloitte in 2015, first as a senior advisor and then as a partner until December 2018.
He joined the Renault Group in January 2019 as Global Mobility Director and then as Senior Vice
President and General Manager of Renault M.A.I (Mobility As an Industry).
In May 2020, Arnaud Molinié left Renault to create LOXAMED with Gérard Deprez, President of LOXAM, Frédéric Lefebvre, and Éric Sebban, President of AXAMED laboratories, and became President of LOXAMED.
Last but not least, Arnaud Molinié has been a volunteer for 15 years with the Association Française contre les Myopathies (AFM) through the Telethon. Founder of the Voix du Téléthon, host of the Téléthon des Financiers, he acted as director of the AFM and Deputy Treasurer of this association.
Deputy Managing Director
Matthieu Guillotin began his career in Asia at Alcatel-Lucent in Business Development. He then joined the Renault Group, where he came to work in all areas of marketing and actively contribute to the development of the Group's new Mobility strategy as Executive Secretary to the Senior Vice-President for New Mobility and Electric Vehicles.
With an ear for trends and a strong focus on innovation, he joined Loxamed in November 2020 to grow our company's offering and footprint.Matthieu Guillotin holds a Master's degree in International Business from the University of Paris Dauphine and an engineering degree from ESIEA.
He has worked for the Renault Group for 24 years in various positions of responsibility. He was marketing director in Tehran, marketing manager in South America, and in 2014 he became director of electric vehicles in Europe.
In 2019 he was appointed business development director for new mobilities.
He is specialised in the development and deployment of commercial strategies, the animation of commercial networks and the launch of new products. He joins Loxamed as Sales Director.
Director of Operations
A business school graduate, she specialises in supply chain management. After graduating in 2010, she became project manager at Coca-Cola before joining Etam in 2012.
She started as an export sales logistics manager, then between 2014 and 2017 she held the positions of sales management manager and supply chain project manager, before becoming the group's international supply chain operations manager in 2017.
After 10 years with Etam, Sabrina Del Monte joined Loxamed as Operations Manager, in charge of the company's logistics.
François Teboul / Teledok
Teledok is a tele-medical platform which brings together, under the direction of Dr François Teboul, a team of general practitioners and emergency physicians who practice tele-consultation and do research on tele-medicine.
They have been partners of Loxamed since the company's inception and will now be in charge of the medical direction.
Their mission will be to validate the health dimension of the solutions and protocols proposed by Loxamed.
Grégoire Bolloré obtained his Master's degree in Management Sciences from ESSEC Business School, where he studied for 5 years and where he was Vice-Treasurer of the Junior ESSEC Conseil Association.
After graduating from ESSEC, Grégoire started his career in financial consulting at Eight Advisory where he was in charge of M&A transactions.
He then joined Loxamed as the company's finance manager. In addition to his original role, he is now acting as interim Operations Director.
Head of Communication, Marketing and Digital
After graduating from business school and gaining initial experience as a communications manager, Emma joined the Loxam group as deputy digital project manager for Europe.
After one year in her position, she was chosen by the management to join the new medical subsidiary of the group and became the Communication, Marketing and Digital Manager of Loxamed.
Senior Advisor Medical Deserts and Sustainability
Serge Orru is an environmentalist who campaigns for the growth of consciousness.
He knows and collaborates with the business world, NGOs and communities, having worked there with passion. He works for a light economy that does not destroy the climate and biodiversity, and for our health.
He will join Loxamed in November 2021, as senior advisor in charge of the development of our network in Corsica, to support us in our mission of proximity health and in the development of our solutions.
Senior Advisor Territories
Franck Cecconi is a former elected official, territorial executive and member of a ministerial cabinet who has a thorough knowledge of the issues related to territories and in particular to access to healthcare.
From 2007, he became secretary general of a political group in the National Assembly, then deputy director of the cabinet of the minister of public service at the time. In 2012, he was elected regional councillor of Ile-de-France and in 2020 he became Vice-President of the European Committee of the Regions.
He joins Loxamed as Senior Advisor in charge of territories to support us in the deployment of our solutions throughout France and to strengthen our knowledge of the sanitary obstacles encountered by communities on a daily basis.
Senior Advisor Hotel Industry
Pascal Brun is one of the most respected professionals in the hotel and commercial restaurant industry. He was General Manager-Côte d'Azur of the Barrière Group for 13 years before becoming Vice President of Operations of the Mauritian hotel group Sun resorts.
He then became CEO of the Frères Blanc Group, and has since created his own hospitality consulting firm, Valentoria, specialized in hospitality management and administration.
He is joining Loxamed as Senior Advisor, in order to accompany us in developing and adapting our solutions to serve the tourism industry.
Senior Advisor Telemedicine and Unscheduled Care
Grégory Szwarc is a general practitioner and emergency doctor, specialising in medical security for major events, local care and the development of telemedicine. Since 2008, Grégory Szwarc has been the medical director of the Deauville racecourse, the World Equestrian Games and since 2016 the chief medical officer of Run Disney Paris.
Between 2014 and 2019, he also created a national and autonomous medical service dedicated to telemedicine and training of health professionals. Since 2019, he is the medical director and co-founder of the Cellule de Coordination des Soins Non Programmés de Normandie.
He will join Loxamed in January 2022, as senior advisor in charge of telemedicine solutions and unscheduled care, to support us in our mission of proximity health and in the development of our telemedical solutions.