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Find out who emerged as the winners in the inaugural Healthcare Asia Awards 2018

Almost 80 attendees flocked to the first ever awarding.

Senior executives and prime industry figures from the Asia's prestigious hospitals and healthcare firms flocked to the Conrad Centennial Singapore on 23 May 2018 for the first ever Healthcare Asia Awards night. The gala night featured 34 awards this year as nominations hit 45.

Representatives from Bumrungrad International Hospital, Femto Research Group Co.,Ltd, Fullerton Healthcare Group, Mater Hospital Sydney – A facility of St Vincent’s Health Australia, Muscat Private Hospital, Philippine Heart Center, St. Luke's Medical Center - Global City, The Medical City, Tropicana Medical Centre, Union Hospital, and United Family Healthcare.

The awards were expertly judged by 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.

Healthcare Asia publisher Tim Charlton deeply congratulated the awardees, saying "We are honoured to have gathered everyone under one roof tonight for the inaugural Healthcare Asia Awards. We applaud all of your efforts in pushing the industry forward, and we thank you for the tireless work on making healthcare better for businesses and patients."

Check out this year's winners:

  • Corporate Social Responsibility of the Year- United Arab Emirates

Amina Hospital

  • Hospital of the Year- Thailand

Bumrungrad International Hospital

  • Service Innovation of the Year- Thailand

Femto Research Group Co.,Ltd

  • Primary Care Provider of the Year- Singapore

Fullerton Healthcare Group

  • Patient Care Initiative of the Year- Singapore

Fullerton Healthcare Group

  • Facilities Improvement Initiative of the Year- Singapore

Fullerton Healthcare Group

  • Corporate Social Responsibility of the Year- India

INDRAPRASTHA APOLLO HOSPITALS

  • Patient Care Initiative of the Year- India

INDRAPRASTHA APOLLO HOSPITALS

  • Patient Safety Initiative of the Year- India

INDRAPRASTHA APOLLO HOSPITALS

  • Hospital of the Year- India

Kovai Medical Center and Hospital

  • Diagnostics Provider of the Year- Malaysia

Lablink (M) Sdn Bhd

  • Patient Safety Initiative of the Year- Philppines

Makati Medical Center

  • Customer Service Initiative of the Year- Philippines

Makati Medical Center

  • Facilities Improvement Initiative of the Year- Australia

Mater Hospital Sydney – A facility of St Vincent’s Health Australia

  • Service Delivery Innovation Initiative of the Year- Australia

Mater Hospital Sydney – A facility of St Vincent’s Health Australia

  • Health Promotion Initiative of the Year- Singapore

MHC Medical Network Pte Ltd

  • Patient Safety Initiative of the Year- Oman

Muscat Private Hospital

  • ICT Initiative of the Year- Oman

Muscat Private Hospital

  • Corporate Social Responsibility of the Year- Singapore

Parkway Cancer Centre

  • Marketing Initiative of the Year- Singapore

Parkway Cancer Centre

  • Diagnostics Provider of the Year- Bangladesh

The Ibn Sina Trust

  • Patient Care Initiative of the Year- Philippines

Philippine Heart Center

  • Management Innovation of the Year- Philippines

St. Luke's Medical Center - Global City

  • Service Innovation of the Year- Philippines

St. Luke's Medical Center - Global City

  • Employee Engagement of the Year- Philippines

St. Luke's Medical Center - Global City

  • Marketing Initiative of the Year- Indonesia

Surya Husadha Hospital

  • Marketing Initiative of the Year- Philippines

The Medical City

  • Service Delivery Innovation Initiative of the Year- Malaysia

TROPICANA MEDICAL CENTRE

  • Facilities Improvement Initiative of the Year- China

Union Hospital

  • ICT Initiative of the Year- China

Union Hospital

  • Patient Care Initiative of the Year- Thailand

Vitallife Wellness Center

  • Hospital of the Year- China

United Family Healthcare

  • Health Promotion Initiative of the Year- China

United Family Healthcare

  • Ceo of the Year

Roberta Lipson of United Family Healthcare

For next year's awards contact Marianne Avilla at +65 31581386 ext 219 or email her at marianneavilla@charltonmediamail.com.

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