[Sydney, this newspaper] A non-profit service organization composed of registered medical professionals in Australia, serving as a bridge between the government's health department and the community, and delivering messages-"Australiasian Medical Services Coalition" was formally established last Saturday , Invited Ms Lisa Woodland, director of the Multicultural Health Services Department of the NSW Government to be the guest speaker, and awarded a letter of appointment to Associate Professor Cai Chengzai, chairman of the board of directors of the alliance.
Other guests include Prof Dennis Chang, Acting Dean of the National Institute of Complementary Medicine, Western Sydney University, Mr Henry Mark, Deputy Director of the Economic and Trade Office of the Hong Kong Government in Sydney, and Ms. Deng Xiaoying, President of the Huixian Association ( Ms Annie Tang), Dr Lisa Zhang, the convener of the Sydney Doctor WeChat group, and other guests, also invited representatives of corporate members of the Australia-Asia Medical Alliance.From Austech Medical Laboratories,
Representatives of chemical industry organizations from Beijing Tongrentang, BioMed Innovation Network, CubeCorp, Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology, and Laverty Pathology shared their company’s support for the development of the social sub-medical alliance.
During the opening ceremony, Dr Vivian Liu, the president of the Australian-Asian Medical Alliance, pointed out that the goal of the establishment of the Australian-Asian Medical Alliance (AMSC) is to build a platform for medical workers in Australia and the Pan-Asian region to cooperate and advance together. Set up the first bridge that unites all industries, service industries, commercial and government organizations related to Australasia and is committed to improving the level of medical services. This historic initiative of AMSC is to realize a new situation and new vision of solidarity and mutual assistance in medical work in the Pan-Asian region Play an important role.
She continued that the AMSC Australia-Asia Medical Alliance is a non-profit organization composed of registered medical professionals in Australia. AMSC serves members of the medical system from all walks of life through career planning, continuing education, scholarships, etc.; through public accounts and community health education programs, it promotes disease prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of communities, especially minority and disadvantaged groups. AMSC hopes to provide a community platform for medical staff to share knowledge and build meaningful professional relationships.
Dr. Liu Xiufang also stated that all medical professionals of AMSC joined the Australia-Asia Medical Alliance. Welcome to contact the secretariat of the society for further consultation. Tel: (02) 9267 5977, email: [email protected], log on to the official website www.amsc.org .au Browse more event information and submit application for membership.
Subsequently, Cai Cheng, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Australian-Asian Medical Alliance, gave a speech on stage (A/Prof Seng Chai Chua) and received the appointment certificate from Ms. Woodland.Associate Professor Cai Cheng issued appointment certificates to the other eight members of the Australian-Asian Medical Alliance’s board of directors. They are: President Liu Xiufang, First Vice President Dr Danae Lim, Second Vice President Hong Chunfen (Ms Emily Hung), Third Vice President Dr Lucy Yang, Honorary Secretary Dr Susan Pan, Honorary Treasurer Dr Lisa Cheng.In addition, the board of directors appointed Professor Lin Chien as honorary advisor.
Two board members and chairman of the board of supervisors-Dr. Li Huiling and Dr. Zheng Yazhuang next issued letters of appointment to the eleven supervisors of the Australian-Asian Medical Union Supervisory Board. They are: pharmacologist Prof Dennis Chang, biomedical scientist Dr Balamy Cheung, Chinese physician and epidemiologist Dr Wenbo Penny Peng, clinical and developmental psychologist Mr Noris Ma, dentist Dr. Anna Lee, and nutritionist Ms. Yu Xuefei ( Ms Fay Yu), midwives Lilain Bouhadir and Ms. Natalie Wearne, registered senior nurse Ms. Carmen Sanchez, occupational therapist Dr. Janet Hung and physiotherapist Ms. Wu Huang Yugui (Mr Rosanna Ng).
Last Saturday, the establishment ceremony of the Australia-Asia Medical Alliance held at the Primus Hotel in Sydney also invited the Backgammon Folk Orchestra to perform and arrange a dance performance. (Interview with Tang Weiming)
Associate Professor Cai Chengzai, Chairman of the Board of Directors, received a letter of appointment from Ms Lisa Woodland, Ministry of Health of the NSW Government.
The inauguration ceremony was conducted in accordance with social distancing and epidemic prevention safety measures.
The main guests and members of the alliance attended the inauguration ceremony.
The founding president of the Australian-Asian Medical Alliance, Dr. Liu Xiufang (middle), and the main members of the Welcoming Huixian Association President Deng Xiaoying (third from right) and former president Zhou Liangshuyi (third from left) waited for congratulations.
Members of Backgammon Folk Orchestra played to celebrate.
The main members of the board of directors of the Australia-Asia Medical Alliance accept the letter of appointment.
The members of the Supervisory Board of the Australia-Asia Medical Alliance accept the letter of commission.
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