As it celebrate 15 years of success as Thailand’s leading wellness centre, Vitallife Corporation can look back with pride at the way it has not only revolutionized people’s view of this increasingly important medical sector but also changed and improved countless quality of life.
Vitallife Corporation: Institute for Integrated Longevity Medicine
Bangkok, October 24, 2016 – As it celebrate 15 years of success as Thailand’s leading wellness centre, Vitallife Corporation can look back with pride at the way it has not only revolutionized people’s view of this increasingly important medical sector but also changed and improved countless quality of life.
Throughout that period, Vitallife, a subsidiary of Bumrungrad International Hospital, had dedicated itself consistently to personalized integrative health care with the aim of delaying the onset of age-related disease and decline of vitality .
Today, working under the principle of ‘Integrated Longevity Medicine,’ Vitallife is one of the largest and most sophisticated wellness centres globally, a proven pioneer in Asian Wellness specializing in quality care and outstanding service.
Its success is widely recognized. In 2007, Vitallife was accredited by the World Council for Clinical Accreditation, and earlier this year it became the first wellness centre in the world with international recognition from DNV. GL’s International Accreditation Standard for Outpatient Specialist Centres.
DNV.GL is a globally respected quality accreditation organization renowned for integrity in certification, standards development and risk management in many sectors including healthcare. The standards are approved by the U.S. Government’s Centres for Medicare and Medicaid.
The accreditation acknowledges Vitallife’s high standards and practices, as well as its world class facilities.
Since its establishment in 2001, Vitallife has delivered measurable anti-aging and health span improvements through four key areas - predictive, preventive, revitalizing and regenerative programs.
Assist professor Pansak Sugkraroek, Vitallife’s Medical Director, had given experience in this medical field of Longevity and antiaging medicine that in the early phase doctors working in conventional medicine still did not understand what his pioneering team of wellness experts were trying to provide health care to the people. Only after explaining the concept of integrated medical care and having seen the results by themselves , more and more doctors recognized our work and join hand in hand to provide the best care to our people.
“Our goal is” To prevent the Preventable and delay the Inevitable” which is to stop or slow down the aging process through evidence based practice with the slogan of BEING WELL THE NATURAL WAY.
“Basically, through continuous commitment to research and development, we want to give the best integrated medicine for the health and well being of mankind,” added Dr Pansak.
Annual customer visits to Vitallife now total more than 15,000 per year. After Thai patients, the second biggest group are from China, United States, United Arab Emirates, Myanmar, Qatar, Bangladesh, Oman, Vietnam and the Philippines.
Vitallife is currently working on a rebranding campaign that will highlight its 15 years’ success in providing better health and integrated longevity medicine for an international client base
The Vitallife Wellness Centre located on the campus of Bumrungrad International Hospital is a global leader in the provision of scientifically-based integrated medicine. Its programs are managed and run by US Board Certified doctors specializing in the center’s Future Health concept, covering predictive, preventive, regenerative, and revitalizing health care.
It is the first medical wellness center in Asia to be accredited by the World Council on Clinical Accreditation (awarded in November 2007). It is also the first compounding pharmacy in Southeast Asia.
Vitallife is the first wellness center in the world to be accredited to DNV.GL’s International Accreditation Standard for Outpatient Specialist Centers. DNV.GL is a globally respected quality accreditation organization renowned for integrity in certification, standards development and risk management in many sectors including healthcare. DNV.GL International Healthcare Accreditation is based on standards approved by the U.S. Government’s Centers for Medicare and Medicaid.
Vitallife is a 100% owned subsidiary of the publicly traded Bumrungrad International Hospital since 2001.