Healthcare group celebrates multiple wins at Asia-Pacific awards
From seventh left) Ara Damansara Medical Centre chief executive officer Miranda Harumal, RS Premier Jatinegara CEO Dr Susan Ananda, Subang Jaya Medical Centre CEO Bryan Lin,
ParkCity Medical Centre CEO Peter Kasinathan, Ramsay Sime Darby Health Care Business Development Group head Dr Michelle Mah and and their teams celebrating the wins.
RAMSAY Sime Darby Health Care (RSDH) was recognised multiple times at the GlobalHealth Asia-Pacific Awards 2023.
Its flagship hospital Subang Jaya Medical Centre (SJMC) won six awards, including the distinguished Stand-out Jury Hospital of the Year in Asia-Pacific.
A pioneer in private healthcare for 38 years, the hospital is focused on patient safety and clinical excellence, notably in oncology.
SJMC’s other awards included Multi-Disciplinary Oncology Service Provider of the Year in Asia-Pacific for the fifth consecutive year, Paediatric Oncology Service Provider of the Year in Asia-Pacific and Advanced Genetics Service Provider of the Year in Asia-Pacific awards for the second and third consecutive years respectively.
This year, SJMC made its mark for the first time as an Interventional Radiology Provider of the Year and a Digestive Health Service Provider of the Year in Asia-Pacific.
SJMC chief executive officer Bryan Lin said: “We are truly honoured by the recognitions.
“This achievement is a result of our dedication to excellence, patient-centric care and continuous innovation."
“We are committed to setting new benchmarks in providing quality healthcare services to our patients across Asia-Pacific and globally.”
SJMC’s dedication to healthcare has been recognised by the Malaysian Healthcare Travel Council selecting the hospital as one of the four finalists in a first-of-its-kind Flagship Hospital Programme 2021-2025, to represent Malaysian healthcare on a global scale.
ParkCity Medical Centre (PMC) was honoured for the second time for its exceptional paediatric services, receiving the Child Development and Paediatrics Service Provider of the Year in Asia-Pacific Award.
It was a double celebration for the PMC team as the hospital was also recognised with another award – Comprehensive Medical and Surgical Specialists Provider of the Year in Asia-Pacific.
This honour was timely as the hospital celebrates its 11th anniversary this year.
Recognised for its cutting-edge approach to sports rehabilitation and physiotherapy, Ara Damansara Medical Centre (ADMC) received the Sports Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy Service Provider of the Year in Asia-Pacific Award for the first time.
As a trailblazer in orthopaedic, neurology and cardiology care for over a decade, ADMC prides itself on its expertise in AI-assisted rehabilitation.
In keeping with the healthcare needs of Malaysians, ADMC has rebranded its rehabilitation centre as a one-stop “Rehabcentric” providing a full spectrum of services.
Beyond Malaysian borders, RS Premier Jatinegara earned international recognition as the Hospital of the Year in Indonesia.
RSDH group chief executive officer Peter Hong congratulated each of the hospitals for their achievements.
“This is an extraordinary triumph for us, one that fills us with immense pride.
“We appreciate the dedication and commitment of our teams.
“Rest assured, we will continue to push the boundaries of excellence and provide the best possible care for our patients,” he said.
The GlobalHealth Asia-Pacific Awards is an annual event that celebrates healthcare institutions that set the highest standards in the delivery of care across the Asia-Pacific region.