AAMG is a Singapore-based healthcare provider, engaged in the provision of specialised medical services for liver diseases and transplantation, radiation oncology and healthcare project management and consultancy services. The new Asia Advance Multi-Specialty Medical Centre to open in Hainan is located in Boao International Hospital – within the government-assigned Boao Lecheng Medical Tourism Pilot Zone.
New facility to open with the designated medical tourism zone in China
Launched in 2013, the Pilot Zone develops the related industries of international medical tourism such as licensed medical treatment, health management, care rehabilitation, medical cosmetology and anti-ageing.
China Briefing details that the Hainan Medical Tourism Zone sits within broader governmental plans to transform Hainan into the world’s largest Free Trade Port. “In 2020, the zone also dovetails with the government’s plans to reprioritise healthcare within the national agenda – by way of initiating structural reforms and promoting digitisation – in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak,” China Briefing wrote.
Enhancing telehealth services
As well as offering comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services, including health screening, endoscopy, radiology, laboratory testing and surgical procedures, AAMG has signed four agreements, one of which is a letter of intent with London’s King’s College Hospital, to collaborate and establish a liver centre to be managed by Asian American Liver Centre; and another is a partnership agreement with Yes Doctor, an on-demand telehealth platform, with which it plans to establish a telemedicine service.
Having healthcare services that are provided by a Singapore-based firm will no doubt enhance Hainan's provision of quality healthcare services greatly, and do much to improve its standing in international patient care. Singapore has long been renowned as a medical hub of excellence in the Asia Pacific Region.