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Michael Bobrove

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Contact me for: Keeping Expats Healthy in Asia

HealthyIM connects expats to the finest healthcare and wellness facilities, professionals, products and services in Asia.

Our Services
1) Dedicated healthcare and wellness support for expats in Asia

HealthyIM.com
Medical tourism platform covering five countries in Asia. Search for the right medical facilities and contact our concierge for customized medical travel.

HealthyTokyo.com
A health and wellness membership site and concierge service for English speakers living in or visiting Japan. Access to medical facilities and health and wellness services and products.

2) Industry-savvy hospital branding and medical travel consulting

Precision branding and promotion that helps clients reach the right target markets

Culturally sensitive support to ensure that clients know how to deal with and satisfy international patients

3) Medical travel projects for the public and private sectors

Industry forums, market research and promotion

Michael Bobrove is the CEO & Founder of HealthyIM K.K. (http://www.HealthyIM.co.jp) a company dedicated to keeping expats healthy in Asia.

He is a seasoned executive with more than twenty years in Medical Devices and Pharmaceuticals in Asia and had the honor to build Medrad’s very successful medical device team and business in Japan as the President of Nihon Medrad K.K. (Bayer).

Michael has held leadership positions in numerous community and industry organizations. He also teaches in a Japanese University and has presented around the world about medical tourism, healthcare, building businesses and the Japanese medical device industry.

Michael has lived in Japan for more than 25 years and is a bilingual, strategic, dynamic, results-oriented manager.

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