In 1950s Singapore, the growing migrant and local population, accompanied by the growing shipping, banking, manufacturing and oil and gas industries in Singapore, fuelled a need for corporate healthcare services. Drs. Trythall Hoy Davies (THD) and Gethin-Jones (GJ) recognized this need and became the pioneers and leading providers of corporate healthcare in the country.
One of the early moves of Fullerton Healthcare Group was to invest in late 2010 and 2011 in GJ and THD. Although they only operated in Singapore, they had an institutional clientele of multi-national corporations, tertiary educational institutions, and government organizations.
Today, Fullerton Health is a leading provider of corporate healthcare solutions across Asia Pacific. Based in Singapore, it has a large network of owned healthcare facilities and network healthcare providers across 8 countries in the Asia Pacific region.
- Fullerton Healthcare Group Pte. Limited was incorporated in Singapore
- Invested in established corporate healthcare provider Gethin-Jones and A.M. Pharmacy
2011Invested in established corporate healthcare provider Drs. Trythall Hoy Davies (THD) and Gethin-Jones, which marked Fullerton Health's entry into the Singapore healthcare market
2012Fullerton Healthcare Corporation Limited, our group holding company, was incorporated in the Cayman Islands
- Established presence in Hong Kong
- Expanded into Australia
- Expanded into Indonesia
- Expanded into primary healthcare in Australia
- Increased market presence in Singapore through the investment in Drs. Horne & Chin
- Increased market presence in Hong Kong through the investment in the HMMP group of companies
- Entered into the advanced medical diagnostic imaging market through the investment in RadLink in Singapore
- Expanded capabilities in medical assistance and evacuation services through the investment into Global Assistance & Healthcare in Indonesia
- Dr. Michael Tan awarded 2015 Ernst & Young (EY) Entrepreneur of the Year, Overall Singapore and Healthcare Category winner
- Fullerton Health's Ocean Financial Centre Clinic in Singapore received the Joint Commission International's (JCI) Gold Seal of Approval for Ambulatory Care
- Further expansion of primary care in Australia
- Expanded medical benefits management services capabilities in Indonesia
- Expansion of Australian healthcare platform through the acquisition of Healthscope's medical centres
- Significant investment from Ping An Capital into Fullerton Health, making Ping An Capital and its related parties Fullerton's second largest shareholder
- Market entry into the Philippines through the acquisition of a 60% stake in the Intellicare Group