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U.S. Preventive Medicine(R), ParkwayHealth Sign Affiliation Agreement to Jointly Deliver Preventive Medicine Services in Asia
Date:2/26/2009

ParkwayHealth Joins the Global Prevention Network(TM) as Asian Affiliate

NEW YORK and SINGAPORE, Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- U.S. Preventive Medicine(R), a leader in disease prevention services, has signed an affiliation agreement with Parkway Group Healthcare Pte Ltd, a leading healthcare group based in Singapore and a subsidiary of Parkway Holdings Limited, to jointly participate in preventive medicine programs throughout Asia. Under the agreement, ParkwayHealth will become the Asian affiliate in The Global Prevention Network(TM), a select group of preeminent health care institutions with recognized preventive and executive health programs.

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U. S. Preventive Medicine and ParkwayHealth will collaborate in the delivery of preventive medicine programs, including wellness and disease management services to corporate executives, employees of sponsoring employers, and consumer members of The Prevention Plan(TM). As the Asian affiliate in The Global Prevention Network, ParkwayHealth will serve as a local referral partner for The Prevention Plan and executive health programs as well as an educational partner in U.S. Preventive Medicine's international outreach efforts. Affiliates in the Global Prevention Network serve as referral partners in their local markets, enabling U.S. Preventive Medicine to provide both a national and global prevention solution for employers, insurers and governments.

ParkwayHealth operates 15 hospitals in Asia, as well as 48 International Patient Assistance Centers (IPAC) throughout the world.

U.S. Preventive Medicine, an emerging leader in prevention, offers a suite of powerful prevention, early disease detection and chronic condition management programs, including its groundbreaking The Prevention Plan, t
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