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Thailand to work with Pakistan for promoting healthcare

13 December 2017 | News

Through this joint venture Cosmos and WMC intend to establish 100 acute hospitals and urgent care clinics throughout Pakistan.

Image credit- excel-medical.com

Image credit- excel-medical.com

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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