On 1 October, Gleneagles and Pantai Hospitals launched Malaysia's first Digital Pink Ribbon. Supporters are encouraged to upload a pink photo and accompanying caption on their Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, and hashtag #GleneaglesWarriors or #PantaiStrongerTogether. With each post, a small digital heart icon will be linked to form a digital pink ribbon on our Pantai and Gleneagles websites.
All the hospitals also simultaneously projected a Pink Ribbon on their building façade at 8pm on 6 October, as a show of support for breast cancer survivors.
To raise public awareness of breast cancer, the month-long campaign also conveyed important information such as identifying symptoms of breast cancer, tips on breast self-examinations, screening methods and more, via the hospitals’ websites, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Meanwhile, the hospitals also organise related activities such as charity sale of pink masks, launch of pink ambulance and free health talks etc, to raise awareness about the disease.
With a sudden COVID lockdown, Dr Rubing Wei from Parkway Hospital People’s Square put his time and medical knowledge to good use by helping some 2,000 fellow residents of the Xiang Mei Garden residential complex in Pudong, Shanghai.
Who says festive holidays are reserved for celebrations with family and friends? Senior Nurse from Prince Court Medical Centre Chu Tai Feng chose to give back to the community, by volunteering with IHH Malaysia’s medical outreach team
The COVID-19 pandemic has been the cause of considerable stress and burnout, especially so for our healthcare colleagues. While stress cannot be avoided, we can certainly learn to manage it. In this aspect, Group Nursing has taken the lead.
Taking the ‘Pink Scarf' breast cancer awareness campaign global, Acıbadem Healthcare enlisted key opinion leaders, non-governmental organisations, celebrities and social media influencers, to convey the message: “If You Notice Early, You May Alter Many”.
With Olympic fever running high during the Tokyo Olympic Games, our colleagues at Gleneagles Hospital Hong Kong jumped in for a good cause at their inaugural GHK 20-second Charity Fundraising Challenge.
It is every parents-to-be’s wish to have a smooth pregnancy and deliver a healthy baby. The newly launched Maternal and Fetal Medicine Centre at Gleneagles Hospital Hong Kong sets out to help them do that and more, through its team of caring specialists.
To help raise funds for breast cancer patients, ParkwayHealth China fielded a team of 50 runners to participate in the ‘More Than Aware’ Annual Family Fun Run, a well-known charity run among the expatriate community in Shanghai.