Dr. Andrew Mai is honoured guest at the CA Chinese 2017 Gold Starlight Gala

VANCOUVER, December 6, 2017 – Dr. Andrew Mai is honoured guest at the CA Chinese 2017 Gold Starlight Gala hosted by China Gold International where Consul General TONG Xiaoling addressed the gala attendees emphasizing that China is committed to engaging in broader and deeper cooperation with the rest of the world.

Dr. Andrew Mai, President and CEO of PolyCan Health Centre, and Dr. Grant Stewart were pleased to share their positive image of Chinese enterprises in Canada with Consul General TONG.

Dr. Mai shares Consul General TONG’s encouragement that enterprises on both sides make greater efforts to advance actual cooperation in various fields and translate potential into reality, so as to contribute to the creation of the new “golden decade” for the relationship between the two great nations of Canada and China.

About Polycan Health Centre
PolyCan Health Centre will provide world class service to individuals and families seeking immediate access to high quality health care. PolyCan Health Centre will occupy approximately 1,850 square metres (20,000 square feet) and provide multiple, state of the art treatment, surgical and cosmetic procedure areas and exam rooms with advanced diagnostic equipment including MRI, ultrasound and x-ray. The facility will follow a high level of sterilization protocols and standards and patients will receive attentive care and support by registered nurses and fully-qualified medical assistants in recovery areas and lounges.

It will be the only multidisciplinary public clinic in the City of Burnaby and just the fifth in Metro Vancouver. In addition to providing the first publicly available, on-mountain health care to a new residential community of 5,000 people, PolyCan Health Centre will also serve more than 30,000 students, faculty and staff at the adjacent campuses of Simon Fraser University (SFU) and Fraser International College.

PolyCan Health Centre is committing to an initial 20-year lease and expects a start-up investment of $15 million for a facility that will meet the health-care needs of UniverCity, SFU, Fraser College and North Burnaby for decades to come.