Thomson Medical, a leading private healthcare group headquartered in Singapore, launched ‘Thomson Wellth’ today: a ground-breaking new wellness and health (“Wellth”) concept that delivers upstream healthcare products and services to all patrons, at all stages of their lives. The launch encompasses the opening of Thomson Wellth Clinic and the announcement of a three-year partnership with Netball Singapore to offer wellness and health services to all national netball players.
Netball Singapore with (L-R) Cyrus Medora, CEO, Netball SG; Ms Jessica Tan, President, Netball SG; Mr Roy Quek, Executive Chairman, Thomson Medical; and Dr Lam Kian Ming, CEO, Thomson Medical. Photo: Thomson Medical
With close to 40 years of medical expertise in obstetrics, gynaecology and paediatrics, Thomson Medical has in recent years expanded its services into other health and medical services, including oncology, dermatology and specialist dentistry among others. In line with the Government’s push to promote quality and integrated preventive healthcare services, Thomson Wellth will deliver upstream healthcare products and services to help Singaporeans stay and live well.
The opening of the first Thomson Wellth Clinic at Pacific Plaza, Scotts Road, provides a one-stop lifestyle clinic and will expand the group’s services beyond the traditional focus on women and children to the rest of the family; from their early stages of life through to their silver years. All patrons of the Thomson Wellth Clinic are expected to benefit from upstream health and wellness services such as health screening, aesthetics, nutrition, pain management.
In conjunction with the launch, Thomson Medical and Netball Singapore announced a three-year partnership to offer wellness and health services to the national netball players. The collaboration’s primary intent is to help the national netball players stay at the top of their game through Thomson Wellth’s product offerings and services.
Netball Singapore with (L-R) Dr Lam Kian Ming, CEO, Thomson Medical; Ms Jessica Tan, President, Netball SG; Mr Roy Quek, Executive Chairman, Thomson Medical; and Mr Cyrus Medora, CEO, Netball SG. Photo: Thomson Medical
Through this partnership, Thomson Medical is committed to care for the Wellth of the national squad players through a two-pronged approach – “inside out” and “outside in”. The national players will have access to the full range of Thomson Medical’s services and lifetime membership in Thomson’s soon-to-be launched membership programme.
Mr Roy Quek, Chairman of Thomson Medical said: “Moving into upstream preventive healthcare services reflects our commitment to help people stay healthy as long as possible. We believe in providing holistic and integrated care for our patrons through their lifetime. We are delighted to work with like-minded partners such as Netball Singapore, who embody and champion health and wellness. Our national netball team has done Singapore proud over the years and we hope to support them in achieving more and scaling even greater heights in sport and life.”
“We are pleased to find a partner in Thomson Wellth who can help in the care of our players. With this collaboration, our players will be cared for, whether it is their baseline health or their skin and dental needs. We believe that Thomson Medical will give our players quality care. This will enhance their wellness and help them stay healthy. This will enable them to perform at their best,” said Jessica Tan, Member of Parliament, President of Netball Singapore.
(L-R) Nurul Baizura, co Vice-Captain; Cyrus Medora, CEO, Netball SG; Ms Jessica Tan, President, Netball SG; Mr Roy Quek, Executive Chairman, Thomson Medical; Dr Lam Kian Ming, CEO, Thomson Medical; and Vanessa Lee, National Captain. Photo: Thomson Medical
“I am very grateful for the support by Thomson Wellth and I am looking forward to using their services. As national athletes and working professionals, we work 5 days and train at least 5 to 6 times a week and often, we cannot find the time to visit the dentist or get a facial. The one-stop Thomson Wellth Clinic will be very convenient for us as it is in town and is a place where we can get all our skin and dental needs done at one go,” said Vanessa Lee, Captain of the Team Singapore netball team.