Thai­land to work with Pak­istan for pro­mot­ing health­care

BioSpectrum (Asia) - - Regulatory News -

Thai­land’s World Med­i­cal Cen­tral Hos­pi­tal (WMCH) and Cos­mos Health Ser­vices (CHS) have signed a joint ven­ture to set up 100 acute hos­pi­tals across Pak­istan. The main ob­jec­tive is to pro­mote med­i­cal tourism and the lat­est tech­nolo­gies in the health sec­tor.

The World Med­i­cal Hos­pi­tal’s se­nior man­age­ment has signed a mem­o­ran­dum of un­der­stand­ing (MoU) with Cos­mos Health Ser­vices for a first-ever joint ven­ture be­tween Pak­istan and Thai health­care consortium. World Med­i­cal Hos­pi­tal (WMC) is the brand for a new hos­pi­tal group in the premium ter­tiary care cat­e­gory by Bangkok Chain Hos­pi­tal PCL (BCH).

Cos­mos Health Ser­vices (CHS) is Pak­istan’s first premium hos­pi­tal net­work that pro­vides per­son­alised health­care with five-star ameni­ties. Through this joint ven­ture Cos­mos and WMC in­tend to es­tab­lish 100 acute hos­pi­tals and ur­gent care clin­ics through­out Pak­istan as well as pro­mote med­i­cal tourism in the coun­try.

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