Atomy Cambodia unveiled two fully equipped medical buses to provide free mobile treatment for Cambodians in remote areas at a ceremony in Phnom Penh's Premier Center Sen Sok, with the ribbon cut at a joyous occasion on July 30.
The event was organised by Atomy Cambodia with the participation of Shing Chung Shik, president of South Korea's Presbyterian Medical Center and Yoon Yong Soon, president of the NGO People for Medical Cooperation International (PMCI).
Atomy Cambodia branch director Lim Hyunsu and branch manager Kim Jun Suk were also in attendance at the inauguration ceremony, alongside more than 3,000 leaders and members of Atomy Cambodia from across the Kingdom.
"Atomy always stands by the principle of contributing to society, and what we have received, we will give back to members of society in need, " said Lim Hyunsu.
Yoon Yong Soon said that while medical care could in the past face difficulties due to limited equipment, through the generosity of Park Han Gill, the CEO and founder of Atomy, mobile treatment will be able to fully support the rural population.
PMCI established the Maternal and Child Health Center in Battambang province in 2013, and has been providing cervical cancer screening services since 2018, while it started mobile medical missions in August 2020.