3. Would we be able to compete against large scale hospitals?

    On that day of our decision, there were also many other big investors who wanted to establish large scale hospitals; it was the talk of the town back then. Many warned us about it, saying that we have little or no capital at all, we will not survive, and don't do it, it's a waste of energy. It would have been better off if we just put our heads down and just resume our regular roles since it provides more stability. We came back to discuss whether to carry on or back down; and we came to a consensus that in private healthcare markets, they have one thing in common, ’maximized profits’. 


    The healthcare expenses kept skyrocketing, to a point where it became almost impossible for the middle class to handle. We are talking about office workers and small business owners. These people will not be able to handle the high medical expenses, if serious illness struck them; it would take them forever to wait in line to receive treatment at a public healthcare facility. They had to take many sick leaves for them to complete their treatments. If we should establish a specialty hospital, targeting these middle class groups with affordable prices and easy access, along with quality physicians and medical technology which is on par with larger medical establishments; we should then be able to fulfil their needs at all costs.

Remark:: There's no guarantee for fixed result and outcome was uncertainty depend on individual