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Monthly Archives: October 2010

>Aesthetics Asia 2010 Post Show Report!


Malaysia Healthcare was a partner to the recently concluded Aesthetics Asia Conference and Exhibition 2010. The 2nd edition drew to a successful close in Singapore on the 19th September having doubled the visitors and delegates from the previous edition in 2009. With a packed 3 day programme the event has secured its position as Asia’s largest event for medical aesthetics.

The 2010 edition attracted global leaders in Plastic Surgery, Dermatology, Cosmetic Surgery, Anti Aging Physicians and Aesthetic Practitioners to the 3 day meeting where over 120 key opinion leaders presented the latest techniques and procedures for the medical aesthetics sector. Over 500 products were on display in the exhibition with manufacturers and distributors from around the world attending to develop their business in Asia by reaching new customers and
developing new distribution agreements across the region.

Malaysia Healthcare was proud to be associated with this successful event from 17-19 September in the new Marina Bay Sands venue. The full post show report can be found above!

>Johns Hopkins in RM $2 billion healthcare project with Malaysian company!


Academic Medical Centre, 80 per cent-owned by Chase Perdana and 20 per cent-owned by Turiya, will partner Johns Hopkins and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.

Johns Hopkins has already partnered Turiya via a stake in the US-based Amcare Labs International, which provides pathology and laboratory medicine services and operates medical testing facilities. Amcare is an affiliate of Johns Hopkins Medicine International and Johns Hopkins Medical Laboratories.

With this new partnership, it will cement Malaysia as a leading healthcare destination. This is great news for Malaysia Healthcare as it promotes the country as a preferred healthcare destination! Click on the link below for more information!

Johns Hopkins coming to Malaysia

Turiya in RM2b healthcare project

>Malaysia Healthcare CEO attending mHealth World Congress 2010 in Singapore!

>Malaysia Healthcare CEO, Suresh Ponnudurai is attending mHealth World Congress 2010 taking place in Singapore from 18 – 19 October. The Congress will host many high level professionals and executives coming from mobile network operators, healthcare providers for both private and public healthcare, departments of health, NGOs, telecom and healthcare regulators & authorities, medical technology & information providers, handset & device manufacturers, medical gadgets and new medical technology solution providers, open source platform developers and healthcare researchers and informatics developers. Please click on the following link for further info:

Malaysia Healthcare is a partner to the conference and we look forward to seeing you there!

>Johns Hopkins coming to Malaysia!


Malaysia is poised to become a high-skill medical training hub after the government agreed in principle to the proposal to set up Johns Hopkins Medical School in the country, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said. He said the institution, which would have 600 beds and a research centre, would probably be set up in Serdang, Selangor, under a private financing initiative.

The joint venture agreement between a Malaysian company and Johns Hopkins Medical International was expected to be signed in Kuala Lumpur in November, he told Malaysian journalists covering his six-day visit here to attend the Asean-United States Summit and the 65th session of the United Nations General Assembly.

This is great news for Malaysia Healthcare as it promotes the country as a preferred healthcare destination. Click the link below for the full article!

Johns Hopkins coming to Malaysia?

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