On Wednesday, the 14th of March, 2018, Medisetter hosted a talk on cancer detection and treatment for employees of Jardine Lloyd Thompson Limited (JLT), Vietnam, a subsidiary of JLT Group, one of the world’s leading providers of insurance, reinsurance and employee benefits solutions. The talk featured clinical oncologist Dr. Nghi from Vietnam Integrated Medical Service (VIMS) Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City who delivered a presentation on early cancer detection titled “Are you at risk of developing cancer? Methods of early cancer detection”.
The seminar also featured an introductory speech by Medisetter’s CEO, Anirban Lahiri, who talked about the importance of choice and convenient access when it comes to seeking out high quality medical treatment overseas. He also highlighted Medisetter’s ability to bring world-class treatment options to its customers through an international network of high quality hospitals and clinics across 7 countries.
Through its partnership with JLT, Medisetter intends to host similar health talks for employees of a number of corporates in Vietnam to help promote awareness about health issues and ensure that patients know how to detect early signs of disease and seek out the most appropriate treatment options in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Vietnam Integrated Medical Service Co., Ltd. (VIMS) is owned by Asia Integrated Medical Services Pte. Ltd. (AIMS), a subsidiary of TE Asia Healthcare Partners Pte. Ltd. (TE Asia), a Singapore based healthcare company with a regional network of specialty clinics and hospitals. VIMS owns and manages the Singapore-Vietnam Cancer Centre, the Singapore-Vietnam Health Screening Centre and the Singapore-Vietnam Diagnostics Centre at 97 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai and the Singapore-Vietnam Cancer Centre in Hanh Phuc International Hospital.
Medisetter is an international medical travel and bookings platform that connects patients with leading hospitals and clinics across Asia. Medisetter has partnered with nearly 80 leading hospitals and clinics across 7 countries including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, South Korea, Taiwan, India and Vietnam.