, the world’s leading provider of medical assistance and international healthcare, has agreed to provide First Aid Stations at all Vietnam Swans’ matches in Saigon in 2009 – including next Saturday’s Bushfire Match against the Bali Geckos.
That’s just the medicine we have been looking for!
In the early 1980s, Pascal Rey-Herme, a French doctor was sent to work for the French Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia. He soon became aware of the great demand for international standards of healthcare. And so, in 1985, AEA International was founded.
In 1998 AEA International was rebadged as . Today, International SOS employs over 6,000 professionals to treat its patients in more than 70 countries.
The Vietnam Swans genuinely appreciate the support of . It will be incredibly reassuring for both visiting players and our own, to know that the first aid station on the boundary line is resourced by International SOS’s professionals.
The Vietnam Swans look forward to working closely with in 2009 and, hopefully, beyond.
Change of address: Please note that the Clinic and 24/7 Alarm Centre in Saigon will move to 167A Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Street, District 3, from 19 April 2009.