Raffles Medical Group is looking to bounce by breaking into China this year. The Singapore-based health care provider, which operates dozens of medical clinics and laboratories as well as the Raffles Hospital, encountered a slight growth hiccup but it hopes to re-ignite its growth engine through an aggressive China expansion strategy. RFMD announced its collaboration with Shanghai Lujiazui to build a 300-bed hospital in Pudong, the bustling financial district in Shanghai, teeming with wealthy expats and a local population of more than 5 million. Raffles Medical has also agreed to work with China Merchant Group for a similar 200-bed hospital venture in Shenzhen, one of the country’s most successful Special Economic Zones situated just north of Hong Kong. Management is even considering building hospitals in the capital Beijing.