Life Renewed

In 2013, Parkway Pantai launched its 'Life Renewed' campaign which funds medical treatment for needy patients in its home markets of Singapore and Malaysia. This corporate social responsibility initiative is made possible by the RM50 million Khazanah IHH Healthcare Fund established in 2011 at the launch of IHH Healthcare Berhad's initial public offering. The Fund also helps needy patients from IHH's Turkish subsidiary Acibadem.

Leveraging its network of hospitals and medical expertise, Parkway Pantai has helped close to 200 needy patients in Singapore and Malaysia through 'Life Renewed' as of December 2013. More information on 'Life Renewed' and the Khazanah IHH Healthcare Fund can be found at
www.khazanah-ihhfund.com.

Life Renewed @ Mount Elizabeth Hospital (2016)

Mount Elizabeth Hospital has launched a S$1.2 million fund to fully sponsor financially needy Singaporeans who need cancer treatment. The first phase of the programme will utilise one-third of the funds to provide diagnosis, treatment and/or surgery for up to 120 women with breast cancer over the next two years, in partnership with Parkway Cancer Centre.

Life Renewed @ Parkway East (2014 to 2016)

Since 2015, Parkway East Hospital's total knee replacement programme has helped some 15 needy patients.

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