Singapore-based and ASX-listed Asian American Medical Group (AAMG) has opened the first Singapore-operated medical centre in Hainan.
The centre offers comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services, including health screening, endoscopy, radiology, laboratory testing and surgical procedures. It is located in the Bo’ao International Hospital, where AAMG has rented over 3,500 square metres of space.
Asia Advance Multi-Specialty Medical Centre is the first such comprehensive facility in the medical tourism zone in China.
The company said that it is opening at a time of rising demand for quality specialist care in China because of rising affluence. The Covid-19 pandemic with its travel restrictions has had a major impact upon this demand within China.
AAMG said it has already signed four agreements: a partnership agreement with Dream Plastic Surgery, one of South Korea’s largest plastic surgical practices, to establish an aesthetic and beauty centre within the medical centre to offer bespoke plastic surgery and non-invasive treatments; a letter of intent with London’s King’s College Hospital, a world leader in liver research and treatment, to collaborate and establish a liver centre to be managed by Asian American Liver Centre; and a partnership agreement with Yes Doctor, an on-demand telehealth platform, to establish a telemedicine service.
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