Staff Reporters
Oct 20, 2011

Gleneagles KL hands biz to GO Communications

KUALA LUMPUR – Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur has handled its public relations duties to GO Communications.

Amir Firdaus Abdullah (left), CEO at Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur, with Kretser
Amir Firdaus Abdullah (left), CEO at Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur, with Kretser

The contract is on a two year retainer relationship.

Michael de Kretser, chief executive officer at GO Communications, noted that winning the account for one of Southeast Asia’s most reputable health care providers is a feather in the agency's cap.

“Communicating the benefits of quality health care is important in today’s world. Communicating the benefits of healthcare prevention and cure is a sophisticated art,” he added.

Gleneagles Hospital has earned a reputation for delivering exceptional patient care since 1996.

GO Communications recently also won the accounts for University of Melbourne and Sunway Lagoon.

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