Chien-Wei Tan is the Director of Ulink Assist based in Singapore which has been established and founded by his parents in 1996. Their experience in providing medical assistance has been one of the many reasons why patients from different neighboring countries have sought for their services during the past several years. With the thousands of patients they serve every year, patients are assured that their well-being are prioritized and any uncertainties in traveling are being removed. Find out how this experienced independent assistance provider is able to attend to every patients need they serve with their high quality service.
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn
- The founding of Ulink Assist by Chien-Wei’s parents in 1996
- About the spouses who sought for their service because the husband experienced some chest problems.
- How they had helped the patients with their insurance and how they acted as the patient’s local relatives in Singapore
- The typical procedures foreign patients go for when medically traveling to Singapore
- The two main group of patients that travel in their country and their goals in choosing Singapore as a country for medical travel
- The general quality of healthcare in Singapore
- Their emphasis on the continuation of care to patients and the importance of addressing the specific needs of patients after a certain procedure
- How they vet out doctors to ensure quality care towards patients
- The top three questions a patient should ask when traveling to Singapore for a medical treatment
- Ulink Assist website – the company that the United States Embassy in Singapore uses to get treatment for all of its people.
- 24/7 contact number: +65 9773 9775
- Email information: email@example.com
The Onwards Medical Breakthrough
‘Ambulance drone’ prototype unveiled in Holland
“A Dutch-based student on Tuesday unveiled a prototype of an “ambulance drone”, a flying defibrillator able to reach heart attack victims within precious life-saving minutes.”
“Developed by Belgian engineering graduate Alec Momont, it can fly at speeds of up to 100 kilometres per hour (60 miles per hour).”
You can learn more about this discovery at this link.