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Malaysia Healthcare partners Healthcare Professional’s Conference!


The need to secure healthcare professionals in the medical industry has become a pressing issue for healthcare providers facing rapidly ageing populations. The healthcare talent shortage is probably the key influential factor that is affecting and limiting organizational excellence in the industry. As nations prepare for problems associated with fast ageing populations, provision of efficient healthcare delivery becomes increasingly important. More pressure and emphasis have been placed on providing quality care for citizens. As such, recruiting and retaining skilled and qualified healthcare providers remains the biggest challenge for almost all organizations.

Healthcare Professionals Management Strategies Asia will be held from 22 – 24 August at the Sheraton Towers, Singapore.

Why You Must Attend:

• This is the first and only dedicated conference in Asia
to address the pressing staffing challenges in the
healthcare industry
• Identify and resolve the common problem areas faced
by healthcare giants which are hindering organizational
• Understand how your peers in the healthcare industry
are battling this global industry shortage
• Master ways to gain a competitive edge in attracting
desired talents into your team
• Revolutionize and re-design a strategic workforce
planning program to promote business efficiency and
leadership competency
• Benefit from the most comprehensive and educational
convention highlighting the critical importance of
recruitment, retention and people management in your organization

Hope to see you all there!

Malaysia Healthcare CEO speaking at the Ageing Asia Investment Forum today!

Malaysia Healthcare’s CEO, Suresh Ponnudurai will be speaking at the Aging Asia Investment Forum at the Pan Pacific in Singapore today on a subject of growing importance ‘Opportunities in Integrating Health, Tourism, Welllness and Senior Care’.

See you all there!

Link to AAIF2011 Photo Slideshow

>More Singaporeans going to Malaysia for Healthcare! The New Paper, 13 Feb 2011


A growing number of Singaporeans are going across the border to Malaysia to seek medical treatment. Since Mar 1 last year, Singapore residents have been allowed to use their Medisave for elective hospitalisation overseas. The scheme kicked off with 12 hospitals and medical centres in Malaysia run by two Singapore-based private health-care providers – Health Management International (HMI) and Parkway Holdings. HMI and Parkway Holdings said they’ve had more people enquiring about their services in Malaysia. 
Click on the article below which was published by The New Paper in Singapore on Sunday, February 13, 2011. 

>Malaysia Healthcare partners Hospital Build Asia 2011!


Malaysia Healthcare has partnered Hospital Build Asia 2011, Asia’s largest business to business hospital infrastructure event for the second year running! With it’s success from 2010, this years exhibition and congress will be held once again at the beautiful Marina Bay Sands in Singapore from 10 – 12 May 2011. 

The monumental boom in the building and development of government and private facilities requires a world class forum specifically aimed at healthcare markets in the developing markets around the world. Hospital Build Exhibition & Congress is the regions first event of it’s kind to offer a multi track conference programme and exhibition across the breadth of this expanding sector. 

Have a look at the brochure above and hope to see you all there! 

>Health & Leisure Brochure from Tourism Malaysia!


Over the years Malaysia has grown into a sophisticated healthcare hub in Asia. With state-of-the-art medical facilities and highly qualified personnel, Malaysia is well-positioned to cater to the healthcare needs of people from the world over.You can opt for health treatment in one of Malaysia’s internationally accredited JCI or MSQH hospitals, and then stay on during the convalescence or recovery period. Or you can come for a holiday, and then take the opportunity to explore the various forms of treatments available in the country which Fox news ranked as the number one destination for Medical Tourism in 2009!

Malaysia comprises three distinct destinations – Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah and Sarawak in Borneo. Its capital, Kuala Lumpur or KL is one of Asia’s most dynamic cities. Its multiracial population of 25 million is made up of Malays, Chinese, Indians and various ethnic communities such as the Kadazan Dusuns and Ibans from Sabah and Sarawak. Together with the influence of the British, Portuguese, Dutch and Thais, Malaysia is indeed a blend of cultures. 

Malaysia is Truly Asia!! Enjoy the brochure above!

>Asia’s First Healthcare & Ageing Well Forum!


Building on the success of Ageing Asia Investment Forum (AAIF) 2010, the second conference of the AAIF series taking place from 4-6 April 2011 in Singapore will focus on the business of enabling healthy ageing for 1.2 billion ageing baby boomers in Asia. Malaysia Healthcare is proud to be a partner to this event! Hear international business, government and community leaders discuss investment and collaboration opportunities in preventive health, wellness, ageing-in-place, retirement living and seniors care for Asia’s US$11 trillion ageing market.

Malaysia Healthcare’s CEO, Suresh Ponnudurai will be speaking at the event on a subject of growing importance ‘Opportunities in Integrating Health, Tourism, Welllness and Senior Care’.

Have a look at the brochure above! Malaysia Healthcare looks forward to seeing you all there in April!

>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?

>Treating diabetes naturally!


A growing number of Malaysians and medical tourists are suffering from diabetes and diabetes related illness due to their ever changing lifestyle. A great article below on how to treat diabetes naturally! Have a read and give us your comments.

Top Picks: Treating diabetes naturally

>Sime Darby aims to double revenue from healthcare!


Sime Darby Bhd the country’s largest conglomerate, wants to double its healthcare revenue in three years, looking for land outside the Klang Valley as well as Sabah and Sarawak to build its hospital portfolio. It’s flagship, JCI and MSQH accredited Sime Darby Medical Centre has been recognized as one of the leading tertiary care centres in the region. Malaysia’s popularity as a healthcare destination has been increasing globally as more and more people choose this country to get their medical procedures done.

Sime aims to double revenue from healthcare

>A $20 procedure that will save your life!


Is RM $20 too much to pay for your life or the life of a woman important to you? What if we told you that a procedure that takes less than 5 minutes can save your life or the life of a woman you love? Because a simple PAP smear can and will save her life from one of the most common cancers around!

Cervical Cancer is the second most common cancer among Malaysian women, next to breast cancer – largely due to the lack of awareness and knowledge of the virus as well as the taboo that surrounds it, since it is a sexually transmitted disease (STD).

Don’t you think it is about time that changed?

Have a look at the article below and give us your comments!

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