Helping Indonesians get treatment in Singapore

Potential clients are encouraged to fill out a digital form giving a brief description of their health problems before recommendations on which hospitals and doctor to pick are given.
Potential clients are encouraged to fill out a digital form giving a brief description of their health problems before recommendations on which hospitals and doctor to pick are given.PHOTO: SCREENGRAB FROM HCM-MEDIKA.COM

Jakarta-based HCM Medika has helped send 15,000 patients to S'pore, Malaysia hospitals

Jakarta-based hospital agent HCM Medika says it has helped to send 15,000 patients for treatment overseas, to Singapore and Malaysia, since it was established in 2007.

Potential clients visiting its Bahasa Indonesia website are encouraged to fill out a digital form giving a brief description of their health problem - privacy guaranteed - before a client relationship officer gets in touch with them via telephone during the 8am to 4pm working hours.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on September 30, 2018, with the headline 'Helping Indonesians get treatment in Singapore'. Print Edition | Subscribe