HMI unveils new brand identity and logo

  • New look and rebranding encapsulates the Group’s vision of advancing healthcare and changing lives through excellence in medical care, education and training

  • Seeks to unfold its vision of building a healthier society through community engagement; leveraging on its human capital, consistent innovation of best medical practices and technological expertise


SINGAPORE – 26 June 2018 – Health Management International Pte Ltd (“HMI Group” or the “Group”), a growing regional healthcare provider that owns two tertiary hospitals in Malaysia, a healthcare training institute as well as Singapore’s first private one-stop ambulatory care centre has unveiled its new brand identity and logo.

Stronger as One to advance healthcare across its regional entities, HMI Group’s new identity embodies its vision of becoming a leading healthcare group in Asia committed to providing excellence in medical care, education and training. The Group’s new logo in green stands for sustainability and it is the colour for growth. Shaped in the form of a globe, represents the world while depicting unity, oneness and togetherness. Inside, the five fingers represent the visual of a hand, holding the world with gentle compassion.

Since its inception, HMI Group has continuously engaged with the community, striving to educate and empower its members to take better care of their health by advocating the prevention of diseases through healthy living. The Group is committed to not just improving the lives of its patients, but the community as a whole by leveraging on its human capital, consistent innovation and technological expertise.

The Group continues to garner momentum at its hospitals in Malaysia, Mahkota Medical Centre and Regency Specialist Hospital, having delivered strong performance with growth in terms of the number of practicing specialists, patient loads and revenue intensity in its latest financial results. In May 2018, HMI Group announced the majority stake acquisition of StarMed Specialist Centre (“StarMed”) continuing its regional growth trajectory as it returned to Singapore’s healthcare scene. Renovation at the site is on-going and operations are expected to officially commence in the second half of 2018.

Speaking on the Group’s rebranding, Chief Executive Officer Ms Chin Wei Jia said, “With a new uniform look across the Group, we renew our commitment and pledge to serve the community through quality and accessible healthcare for all.

Our journey to improve lives through quality healthcare has just begun as we are embarking on the next phase of our expansion plans. As we journey to unfold our vision, we are investing in our people, attracting the right talent and developing a high-performance culture throughout the Group. In line with our growth initiatives, we continue to explore partnerships and strategic acquisitions in the region. With this foundation in place, stronger as one, we hope to build a healthier society for generations to come.”