Hong Anh Medical Campus

In a historic collaboration, Modality Partnership, a multi-award-winning leader in primary and community care services within the UK National Health Service (NHS), and Hong Anh Medical Campus, a pioneering healthcare development project, are excited to announce a transformative, long-term strategic partnership. This strategic alliance is set to redefine healthcare delivery, prioritising accessibility and quality for individuals and communities in Vietnam.

Key Aims of the Joint Partnership:

1. Patient-Centred Care Redefined: Modality and Hong Anh share a common vision to place patients at the core of healthcare delivery. Through state-of-the-art care coordination, management, and patient engagement solutions, this partnership will establish a healthcare ecosystem centred around the unique needs of each patient.

2. Enhanced Access for All: Our commitment is to expand healthcare access significantly. We will achieve this by creating innovative care facilities and digital solutions that ensure healthcare services are readily accessible to all, no matter where they are in Vietnam.

3. Elevated Healthcare Quality: The cornerstone of this partnership is an unwavering dedication to the highest standards of care. We will consistently improve our services through data-informed insights, extensive research, and the implementation of best practices.

Mr. Vincent Sai, Group CEO and Partner of Modality, expressed his enthusiasm for this partnership, stating, “The strength of this collaboration lies in our shared commitment to drive real change in healthcare for the people of Vietnam. We will bring the best of British know-how to design a world-class integrated care delivery system, focusing on understanding local needs and encouraging innovation in Vietnamese healthcare.”

Ms. Juliette Waterhouse, Founder and CEO of Hong Anh Medical Campus, added, “Our partnership with Modality reflects our shared vision for healthcare excellence. We aim to create a healthcare model that will impact the landscape of Vietnam healthcare positively and leave a legacy for the generations to come.”

About Modality Partnership:

Modality Partnership is an award-winning NHS Primary and Community services provider, serving 7 million citizens in the UK. Established in 2009, they are known for driving healthcare innovation, specialising in data solutions, and fostering global collaborations. Their expertise spans data solutions, population health management, and more. Modality excels in patient-centric care models.

Through its social enterprise, Pathfinder Healthcare Developments CIC, Modality provides expert advisory services, supporting healthcare stakeholders globally to achieve universal health coverage. They also offer clinical fellowships to healthcare professionals, promoting positive change worldwide. Committed to accessible, sustainable care, Modality continues its legacy of innovation and patient focus.

About Hong Anh Medical Campus:

Hong Anh Medical Campus (HAMC) has a mission to develop and operate a state-of-the-art healthcare ecosystem in Vietnam. This ecosystem is being developed under British standards which includes a medical research and training centre, a network of GP clinics, homecare systems and pharmacies, senior living/nursing homes, stepdown facilities, rehab centre and a world-class hospital.

The HAMC is a result of capital investment from Real Capital London, an investment company headquartered in London, United Kingdom, with a focus on financial assets, infrastructure, healthcare, education and real estate. Our Board of Directors has a combined experience of over 100 years in investment, management, education, real estate, risk management and development / operation of education and healthcare facilities.

Hong Anh Healthcare Investment JSC was established in Vietnam and 100% managed by Real Capital London to develop and operate the Hong Anh Medical Campus.

The development is also supported by HealthcareUK, the Department for Business and Trade (DBT), the British Embassy in Hanoi, and the British Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

For further information, please contact:

Modality Partnership: [email protected]; www.modalitypartnership.nhs.uk

Hong Anh Medical Campus: [email protected]; www.honganh.org.uk