by Rajwin Paul Singh
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Datuk Dr Kuljit Singh, President of APHM


After a 2-year hiatus due to the global pandemic, the Association of Private Hospitals Malaysia (APHM), the organizer of the largest and longest-running healthcare conference and exhibition in the country recently returned with their 28th exhibition themed “Trust and Sustainability”.

The APHM Healthcare Conference and Exhibition 2022 accommodated close to 1000 conference delegates, and 180 exhibition booths representing 118 companies from the healthcare industry in Malaysia and overseas.

The event also celebrates APHM’s 50th anniversary which marks the association’s journey and growth throughout the years as the country’s leading association in representing the private healthcare sector.

Various performances and entertainment including a cake-cutting ceremony were featured at the event held at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. The event was officiated by Deputy Minister of Health Malaysia 1, Dato’ Dr. Haji Noor Azmi bin Ghazali.

Dato’ Dr. Haji Noor Azmi bin Ghazali, Deputy Minister of Health Malaysia 1

“APHM has played a vital role in representing the interests of its members while complementing the Public Sector in the delivery of healthcare to the Nation,” said Dato’ Dr. Noor Azmi during his opening address to conference delegates.

In a pre-recorded address, Director-General of Health, Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Dr. Mohd Noor Hisham Abdullah also conveyed his congratulations to APHM on their anniversary, and for incorporating trust and sustainability as the main theme of this year’s conference and exhibition.

During the conference, 46 speakers and panelists were lined up to present for 3 days including the Medico-Legal Society of Malaysia (MSLM) Conference 2022, and the APHM Nursing Conference 2022.


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