Growth Excellence Leadership Award in Hospital Services 2016
14 April 2016
From left: Nadiah Wan, Director of Business Development & Corporate Communications, SunMed and Lau Beng Long, Managing Director, Sunway Group Healthcare Services receiving the award from Rhenu Buller, Partner & Senior Vice President, Transfromation Health, Frost & Sullivan. Also present from SunMed: Winnie Chia, Finance Director, Dato Dr Charles, Medical Director, Sherry Woo, Assistant Director, Allied Health Services.
Organised by: Frost & Sullivan Malaysia Excellence Awards 2016
Date: 14th April 2016
Winner: Lau Beng Long, Managing Director, Sunway Group Healthcare Services
“Sunway Medical Centre has completely outperformed its peers in the hospital industry, with a remarkable double digit growth rate, which is above the hospital industry’s growth rate. The company’s commitment to delivering quality, efficient healthcare services is seen in its focus on investing in the latest technological advancements as well as developing a 5-year digital transformation plan. Its strong growth plans over the next 5 years and good leadership is expected to establish Sunway Medical Centre as a strong competitor in the market and with a sustainable outcome,” said Rhenu Bhuller, Partner & Senior Vice President, Transformation Health, Frost & Sullivan.
The first hospital accredited by the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards in Southeast Asia, Sunway Medical Centre is consistently working to ensure that its services are comprehensive and of international standard. Its new Cancer and Radiosurgery Centre and Nuclear Medicine Centre are slated to open in the second half of this year, bringing the latest in cancer treatment to patients in this region. Sunway Medical Centre is also committed to working with communities and organizations to improve healthcare services beyond its campus, winning the Best Healthcare Provider Award at the HR Vendors of the Year Awards last year. The hospital will also be building a molecular lab, in a step towards collaborating with world-class universities such as Cambridge and Oxford to pursue cutting-edge approaches in areas such as precision medicine.Back