The Singapore Medical Centre (SGMC) will open its doors to the public this month, offering international standard medical services in the capital.
The new facility will be managed by DrMap, a medical wellness consulting and management solution provider from Singapore.
The centre will be open for general practice, select health screenings, and holistic wellness services on Sept 23, with the full suite of medical wellness services and treatments available by Nov 18, the company announced yesterday during a press conference at Phnom Penh’s The Bridge, where the centre will be located.
SGMC is an investment of Cambodian and Singaporean firms.
Dr Anthony Tan, DrMap CEO, said the centre has cost nearly $8 million, adding that it will allow Cambodians and foreigners to experience international standards of medical and healthcare services here in the Kingdom.
“We are proud of what we have done and what we will be doing with the introduction of SGMC into Cambodia, and our focus on medical care and holistic wellness,” he said.
“We have a team of experienced and internationally respected healthcare professionals equipped with unique cognitive integrated technology which locals and expats should experience,” he added.
“Our medical committee has ensured that the centre adheres to international standards,” Dr Tan said.
Dr. Roy Koh Kiok Miang, a neurosurgeon member of SGMC’s medical committee, echoed Dr Tan’s remarks.
“As an organisation, we ensure that all protocols and procedures are ethical, follows strict medical and patient procedures, and safety standards,” he said, adding that before any new procedure is approved, implemented and put into practice, SGMC conducts extensive reviews to ensure that all standards are met.