Road to Recovery
As the world heals in various ways, glimpse into the future of wellness and healthcare through the eyes of three exemplary institutions
Spurring the rise of lifestyle wellness, virtual consultations and more, the last two years of the pandemic have pushed health and wellness to the fore. Gone are the days when healthcare is just an afterthought and tantamount to only an annual check-up. These days, it requires taking the initiative towards preventive means and a holistic approach.
In this issue, learn straight from three resonant voices in the industry as Tatler lends its ears to their stories of resilience and continued innovation.
First up, the leading aesthetics and wellness cortege that is DMark Group of Companies adds another feather to its cap through DermAsia Corporation’s cutting-edge technologies. Decked in the newly opened skin centre at St Luke’s Medical Center Global City, DermAsia Corporation, together with its sister company DMark Beauty, paves its way in the populous beauty market with authoritative and top-quality dermatological solutions at its core.
As the pandemic arguably hit hospitals the hardest, we hear from two institutions that have bravely fared through the times with an inspiring commitment to their patients and modern-day heroes who were front and centre at the onset of the world-wide health crisis.
Bearing testament to a history that spans over 60 years, Manila Doctors Hospital (MDH)’s excellence shines through with its set of prime services, treatments and technologies. Recently noted for its innovative healthcare solutions and as the home to two premier speciality centres in the country, MDH continues its mission to provide accessible, responsive and attentive patient care to all.
Rounding out this section, The Medical City (TMC)’s leaders accentuate how patients are indeed partners at the acclaimed medical establishment. Further showcasing and highlighting how the spirit of collaboration and community runs deep at TMC, they illustrate both their vision to become an influence on healthcare and likewise how social media can be a force for good.
As we power through these unprecedented times, the future of healthcare is ultimately looking up. What remains is the question: how do we perennially sustain that strength and hope? Beyond purveying the answers, these three exemplars are more importantly leading us forward by shaping the lives of individuals, families and communities through the immeasurable force they yield. The future is now, and it is without a doubt all about health and wellness.
You cannot underestimate the confidence generated when you look your best. Taking care of the face and skin goes beyond maintaining appearances and is in fact essential in one’s holistic wellbeing. The DMark Group of Companies has a keen understanding of this, and has been providing innovative dermatological solutions through its subsidiaries, DMark Beauty and DermAsia, for 24 years now.
DMark Beauty Corporation is a market leader in distributing skincare treatment products that are recommended and trusted by dermatologists across the country, and can be found nationwide in dermatology clinics, aesthetic centres, beauty and personal care stores and e-commerce sites. With global brands like Bioderma, SebaMed, Heliocare, Neostrata and Teoxane in its portfolio, DMark Beauty caters to diverse skincare needs that range from maintenance to medical. Each brand is carefully chosen to have been backed by scientific research and proven clinically safe to provide the ideal aesthetic solutions for their customers.
These products are complemented by DermAsia’s line
“Our companies continue to commit to provide the most innovative aesthetic medical devices to serve patients and collaborate closely with skin experts, the dermatologists in the country” —NIKKI TANG
of innovative aesthetic devices. The company is a leading provider of dermatological machines essential to wellness and beauty services, such as the AlmaQ laser, which is powerful against correcting skin pigmentation, Asclepion Laser Technologies’ MeDioStar for efficient hair removal, and Regenera Activa for painless and efficient tissue regeneration and hair growth.
These come together in Skin on the 7th, the newly launched health and aesthetics centre at St Lukes Medical Center Global City. Headed Dr Mia Leuenberger together with Dermatology
Department Chair Dr Lia NebridaIdea, Skin on the 7th is home to board-certified and highly-trained dermatologists who are committed in using their wealth of experience to provide patients with efficient treatments and quality care.
“We are honoured to be in this strategic partnership,” says DMark Group of Companies CEO Nikki Tang. “Our companies continue to commit to provide the most innovative aesthetic medical devices to serve patients and collaborate closely with skin experts, the dermatologists in the country.”
Through the launch of Skin on the 7th, DermAsia can aid St
Luke’s Medical Center in fulfilling its mission of providing safe and effective health services by providing proven, effective and high-quality tools in the field of aesthetics and allowing them to better cater to patients with holistic offerings.
As DermAsia supplies the latest in dermatological tech and DMark Beauty effective beauty products, the DMark Group of Companies provides value in what it contributes to the local beauty scene. In offering access to the best of expert-approved brands, it provides just the right tools for us to look—and feel—our best.