Launching of Pinksaves on 31st October 2015
KPJ Sentosa KL Specialist Hospital formerly known as Sentosa Medical Centre launched its inaugural event called, “PinkSaves”. The program set the tone for a deeper and greater awareness among the public, especially women, on the need to take action against cancer besides promoting the importance embracing healthier lifestyle.
The main highlight of this event was the launching of the KPJ Sentosa KL’s PinkSaves Screening
icon by Puan Jasimah Hassan, Chairman of KPJ Sentosa KL Specialist Hospital and the formation of the human ‘pink ribbon’ in collaboration with 200 students of KPJ Healthcare University College (KPJUC) and more than 150 KPJ Sentosa KL’s staffs.
Accordding to En Mohd Taufik Ismail, Executive Director of KPJ Sentosa KL, “PinkSaves is the brainchild of KPJ Sentosa KL and the program is especially designed with women’s health in mind. The screening icon extends the magnitude of ‘Touch, Look & Check’ towards minimizing cancer and maximizing life”.
Also present during the event were Dr Mohd Harris Lu, Medical Director and Puan Miranda Harumal, General Manager of KPJ Sentosa KL Specialist Hospital, Prof. Dato’ Dr Lokman Saim, President / CEO KPJUC and Puan Zaila Idrus, General Manager of KPJUC.
Various fun filled contests were held for the public throughout the month of October namely Adult Coloring Therapy and Guess the PinkHearts in the Jar, where cash prizes were up for grabs. During the event, various activities such as photo booth, promotional booths, I’m the Avatar, face painting and balloon sculpting were also held.
To commemorate the launch, special Mammography Screening promotion of RM 100 for 2 persons (exclude Radiologist fees), until 31st December 2015. It is with much hope that with this campaign, more women will come forward to get themselves screened early.For more information, please call our PR & Marketing Services at 03 – 4043 7166
En MOHD TAUFIK ISMAIL (ED) :
"PinkSaves is the brainchild of KPJ Sentosa KL and the program is especially designed with women’s health in mind. The screening icon extends the magnitude of ‘Touch, Look & Check’ towards minimizing cancer and maximizing life”.