With its patient-focused approach, Vitallife provides an alternative to traditional disease-centred medical practice.
Now in 17th year, The Vitallife Wellness Center is Thailand’s leading anti-aging and wellness center whose team of dedicated and experienced professionals from the international medical community provide Precision Medicine that not only promotes good health and anti-aging, but also prevents illness and chronic disease.
A subsidiary of Bumrungrad International Hospital, Vitallife has a proven track of success with its innovative methods, including the latest in international technologies, advanced treatments and cutting-edge medicine, to renew, refresh and rejuvenate its patients.
The Healthcare Wellness Center Asia Award for Patient Care Initiative of the Year is the latest in a list of accolades won in recent years by Vitallife.
The Center is redefining medical care with a root-cause, personalized approach for every single patient, along with a focus on data, technology, and real doctor-patient relationships.
Treatments address the root cause of illness including nutrition, lifestyle, advanced testing, proven supplements, prescription drugs, and referrals to top specialists. Vitallife physicians spend time with their patients, listening to their histories, mapping their personal timeline. The hospital also looks at the interactions among genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors that can influence long-term health, complex chronic disease and even aesthetic concerns.
By changing the disease-centred focus of medical practice to this patient-centred approach, Vitallife has joined renowned US-based medical institutions, such as Cleveland Clinic and Mayo Clinic. The two aforementioned medical facilities, believe that integrative, functional medicine is the future of health care.
This new approach addresses imbalances in cofactors and nutrients, hormones, oxidative stress, digestion, metabolism, and brain function. This focus aims to not only extend the lifespan by an early diagnosis of a disease, but, by recognising the multitude of factors involved in chronic illnesses where no diagnosis label may exist, to also enhance the health span itself.
Simultaneously, patients can experience a range of benefits, including feeling younger, an increase in energy, improved sexual health, better sleep, relief from digestive pains, weight loss, rejuvenated skin and looking better,
Because of this, Vitalife won the Healthcare Asia Awards 2018 for Patient Care Initiative of the Year.
The Healthcare Asia Awards 2018 was held on 23 May 2018 at the Conrad Centennial Singapore.
This year's nominations were judged by a panel consisting of Abhay Bangi, Partner, Life Sciences & Healthcare Lead, Ernst & Young; Mohit Grover, Life Sciences & Healthcare Leader, Deloitte, and; Sabrina Tay, Partner and Deputy Industry Lead, Healthcare RSM Singapore.
Check out the event photos during the awards night here.
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