15 November, 2019

Hoan My Wins “Vietnam Hospital of the Year” Award

On Thursday 14 November, at an awards ceremony in Singapore, Hoan My Medical Group was awarded the prestigious “Vietnam Hospital of the Year 2019” for the fourth year in a row. Such awards are presented to companies across different sectors, including healthcare, which have made remarkable contributions to their industry. This is the first time a healthcare group has won the coveted award on four consecutive occasions.

The annual Frost & Sullivan awards recognise companies in a variety of regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas including leadership, technological innovation, customer service and strategic product development. Industry analysts compare market participants and measure performance through in-depth interviews, analysis, and extensive secondary research in order to identify best practices in the industry.

Receiving the award, Mr. Russell Low (Chairman of Hoan My Medical Group) commented: “Everyone at Hoan My is humbled and delighted to receive this prestigious award for the fourth consecutive year. I would like to pay tribute to all Hoan My staff, and particularly the doctors, nurses and unsung heroes who go the extra mile and bring smiles to our patients.”

“Everyone at Hoan My is working hard to offer our patients an even better service. We are opening new medical facilities to raise healthcare standards across more communities, as well as investing in new and improved diagnostic capabilities to improve patient services. We are embracing the digital frontier to make the patient experience more convenient and user-friendly. And we continue to focus on staff development to ensure that Hoan My remains one of the best places to work in Vietnam. We are entering 2020 with very strong momentum.”

The Frost & Sullivan award follows a number of other recent accolades. In September, Hoan My Medical Group was honoured to receive three prestigious awards at the Hospital Management Asia Awards for 2019, beating over 500 nominations from 129 hospitals in 17 countries across Asia.

Firstly, Ms. Nguyen Thuc Anh, Chief Executive Officer of Hanh Phuc International Hospital, was awarded the coveted “Hospital CEO of the Year” Gold award – the first time a CEO from Vietnam has received the award.

Secondly, Hanh Phuc International Hospital received an Excellence Award for “Most Improved Local Hospital”.

Third, Hoan My was awarded an esteemed Gold Award for “Innovation in Healthcare Technology” for the development of a new digital reporting system to raise standards and encourage transparency.

Earlier this year, Hoan My was also recognised as one of the “Top 100 Best Places to Work” in Vietnam in 2019.

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