Medical centre wins four awards


(From left) SJMC consultant nephrologist Dr Prasad Menon, Hogan, SJMC commercial and financial services director Rachel Woo and consultant breast surgeon Dr Daphne Anthonysamy with the awards.

SUBANG Jaya Medical Centre (SJMC) was recognised as the Best Hospital of the Year in Asia-Pacific at the 2020 Global Health Asia-Pacific (Apac) Awards.

This is the first time a Malaysian healthcare facility has won the overall award.

SJMC also received a joint Country Award for Best Hospital of the Year in Malaysia.

Additionally, SJMC picked up two Specialties Awards for Nephrology and Oncology (Surgical) Service Provider of the Year.

In its fifth year, the Global Health Apac Awards aims to recognise medical and related facilities in the Asia-Pacific region for their excellence in healthcare and patientcare.

Winners were selected by consumer survey, deliberation among a panel of industry healthcare experts in the region, market research reports and based on Global Health Asia-Pacific’s own healthcare knowledge.

The awards also serve as a benchmark for healthcare providers to maintain high industry standards.

SJMC chief executive officer Trish Hogan said, “As a tertiary hospital recognised locally and internationally for 35 years, SJMC continues to steer itself forward with a resilient group of highly-skilled healthcare professionals committed to serving the community with care and dedication even in trying times.

“We will remain committed to pushing the envelope through exemplary patientcare, innovation and diagnostic expertise.”

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