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Sian Chay Conducted Skill-training and Sharing Session

11 Oct 2017

Sian Chay Conducted Skill-training and Sharing Session

October 11, 2017

On the afternoon of Oct 11, Sian Chay Medical Institution held a staff skill-training and sharing session at the Lecture Theater of Lifelong Learning Institute, Level 2. Dr. Vincent Chia, Chairman of Asian Healthcare Solutions was the chief trainer of this session. Chairman Toh Soon Huat, with more than 100 staff attended the sharing session.

Dr. Chia focused on introduction of “wireless micro-current stimulator”. He said that the wireless micro-current stimulator has built-in advantage in trauma treatment than traditional treatment methods, especially for burns and open wound patients for effective adjuvant therapy. The patients who are treated with wireless micro-current stimulator have faster-healing wounds. On the other hand, it greatly relieves patient’s pain with less wound dressings replacement as well as saves cost significantly. Physicians consulted Dr. Chia with their concerns and the problems they encountered and discussed actively about the help of such appliance on TCM treatment. We also personally experienced the “acceptance of wireless micro-current stimulator” adjuvant therapy with the help of Dr. Chia for better understanding to help future medical treatment.

Chairman Toh Soon Huat said, “With the core values, Forgiveness, Universal Love, Compassion, Gratitude and Blessings, we shall be inclusive. We shall keep up with the pace of the new ages by learning advanced medical technology while promoting the advantages of TCM. The integration of Chinese and Western medicine resources can benefit more people and bring the development of Chinese medicine to a higher level.”

Following that, Chairman Toh summarized the service data of Sian Chay through 2012 to August of 2018. He said that for more than three years, Sian Chay has served a total number of 77,386 patients, and the total number of prescriptions was 1,673,155. Mr. Toh also proposed the target of the next five years (2018-2022), that is, up to about 2.5 million patient visits, and 4.8 million prescriptions to be distributed. Mr. Toh mentioned in his speech several times that we should be grateful to the existence of lives, we should keep devoting and taking responsibilities.

Through this sharing session, all staff got to understand the wireless micro-current stimulator, and also learnt that medicine is an endless way of study. Only with a heart of love and a humble attitude on study can we keep learning and improving ourselves and better serve the public.