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IMU Donates Ventilators to Two Ministry of Health (MOH) Hospitals to help battle the Covid-19 positive cases

Kuala Lumpur, 26 March 2020 – The International Medical University (IMU) today donated two units of ICU ventilation and monitoring systems to two of its long-term partner teaching hospitals namely Hospital Tuanku Ja'afar (HTJ) in Seremban and Hospital Enche Besar Hajjah Khalsom (HEBHK) in Kluang.  “COVID-19 has strained the healthcare system in many ways and ventilators are critical resources at this time. Hospitals would need more ventilators as, unfortunately, positive cases have been on the rise. It only makes sense for the International Medical University to step in to help the healthcare community in any...

Arches raises $450,000 in its Seed Round, to expands its “Knowledge-Sharing Platform” throughout 5...

Singapore, 6th March 2020: Arches Pte Ltd -Headquarters: Singapore; Representative Director: Hiroki Kato; hereinafter: Arches-, a global provider of expert matching services...

Celebrate International Women’s Day with flowers from Singapore’s leading online florist

Singapore, 5 th March 2020: March is the month to celebrate women. There are many ways to show your appreciation to the strong women...

350 entries expected from global media for MTMA2020

KUALA LUMPUR, 25 January 2020 – The Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council (MHTC) has recently announced that it expected more than 350 entries from journalists...

Local community kick-started recycling initiative at their neighbourhood to reduce waste end up at...

15 FEBRUARY 2020, IPOH: Realising the importance of Kinta River as their source of drinking water, KRT Taman Tasek Jaya established a new recycling corner...

eeevo Group launch “webAR”, a sales promotion tool using Augmented Reality in South East...

eeevo next Sdn. Bhd., a Japanese IT company(Head Office: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) will launch “webAR (Augmented Reality)”, a sales promotion tool using AR in South...