Malaysia’s Prince Court Medical Center wins major international award

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princecourtA hospital in Kuala Lumpur has won a major international award for their medical tourism work, the operator announced on March 11. Prince Court Medical Center (PCMC) was named the International Infertility Clinic of the Year by medical publication The International Medical Travel Journal  at their annual awards.

The awards were presented on March 5, 2014 at a high profile reception in Dubai during the International Medical Travel Exhibition and Conference, which brings together all the pre-eminent providers and experts in medical travel and medical tourism.

The award was given to PCMC, represented by Mahenthiran Thanapal, Director of Business Operations, in recognition of their outstanding contribution in the areas and services of in-virto-fertilisation. PCMC beat similar businesses/clinics from around the world to clinch the award.

PCMC’s CEO, Dr Chong Su-Lin said: “We are yet again thrilled to be recognised by another international body as the International Infertility Clinic of the Year by medical publication The International Medical Travel Journal. It is indeed an honour and we value this recognition given to us. Our greatest honour and achievement is that we made a real and positive difference for people, especially patients, who entrust us with their health and lives.”

Having been named the top hospital for medical tourists in the annual ranking by the Medical Travel Quality Alliance in 2013, and with this award in 2014, Dr Chong said: “We are now being tasked with an even bigger responsibility in upholding the recognition and accountability to ensure that we deliver the very best of care and services to our customers locally and internationally.”

He added that PCMC have had over 500 patients from over 59 countries since 2008 and “this is not a small feat. Our customers are from Australia, US, Canada, Japan, UK, Korea, Singapore and France, amongst others.”

The chairman of the judging panel and managing editor of The International Medical Travel Journal, Keith Pollard, says the awards celebrate the best providers in the industry and aim to encourage others to strive to match them.

“Medical travel is an exciting and growing global industry, with many providers delivering excellence in both medical care and customer service. The IMTJ Medical Travel Awards are the first independent awards to recognise those who are the best of the best and hopefully to encourage others to emulate them. The judges wanted to reward innovation and excellence, highlight best practice and celebrate those who are leading the way in the industry and delivering successful outcomes for patients,” he said.

“All our winners exemplify the way the medical tourism industry should be run – professional, offering exceptional patient care and providing the best possible medical outcomes. I’m already looking forward to next year’s awards in the hope that other clinics and companies will have raised their game to match or even better this year’s winners,” he added.

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A hospital in Kuala Lumpur has won a major international award for their medical tourism work, the operator announced on March 11. Prince Court Medical Center (PCMC) was named the International Infertility Clinic of the Year by medical publication The International Medical Travel Journal  at their annual awards.

Reading Time: 2 minutes

princecourtA hospital in Kuala Lumpur has won a major international award for their medical tourism work, the operator announced on March 11. Prince Court Medical Center (PCMC) was named the International Infertility Clinic of the Year by medical publication The International Medical Travel Journal  at their annual awards.

The awards were presented on March 5, 2014 at a high profile reception in Dubai during the International Medical Travel Exhibition and Conference, which brings together all the pre-eminent providers and experts in medical travel and medical tourism.

The award was given to PCMC, represented by Mahenthiran Thanapal, Director of Business Operations, in recognition of their outstanding contribution in the areas and services of in-virto-fertilisation. PCMC beat similar businesses/clinics from around the world to clinch the award.

PCMC’s CEO, Dr Chong Su-Lin said: “We are yet again thrilled to be recognised by another international body as the International Infertility Clinic of the Year by medical publication The International Medical Travel Journal. It is indeed an honour and we value this recognition given to us. Our greatest honour and achievement is that we made a real and positive difference for people, especially patients, who entrust us with their health and lives.”

Having been named the top hospital for medical tourists in the annual ranking by the Medical Travel Quality Alliance in 2013, and with this award in 2014, Dr Chong said: “We are now being tasked with an even bigger responsibility in upholding the recognition and accountability to ensure that we deliver the very best of care and services to our customers locally and internationally.”

He added that PCMC have had over 500 patients from over 59 countries since 2008 and “this is not a small feat. Our customers are from Australia, US, Canada, Japan, UK, Korea, Singapore and France, amongst others.”

The chairman of the judging panel and managing editor of The International Medical Travel Journal, Keith Pollard, says the awards celebrate the best providers in the industry and aim to encourage others to strive to match them.

“Medical travel is an exciting and growing global industry, with many providers delivering excellence in both medical care and customer service. The IMTJ Medical Travel Awards are the first independent awards to recognise those who are the best of the best and hopefully to encourage others to emulate them. The judges wanted to reward innovation and excellence, highlight best practice and celebrate those who are leading the way in the industry and delivering successful outcomes for patients,” he said.

“All our winners exemplify the way the medical tourism industry should be run – professional, offering exceptional patient care and providing the best possible medical outcomes. I’m already looking forward to next year’s awards in the hope that other clinics and companies will have raised their game to match or even better this year’s winners,” he added.

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