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Noyakong supplies world-class medical equipment and general machinery

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Dr Leakhena explains the Allura FC (left). The machine is a valued cardiovascular cathlab that belongs to the Allura family from Philips. The CE certified Allura FC now enables the medical community to deliver the best patient care at affordable costs, while assuring the highest standards of quality and reliability. Moeun Nhean

Noyakong supplies world-class medical equipment and general machinery

For Noyakong Group Co. Ltd., as a company that has, for many years, specialised in importing various high-tech equipments supplying Cambodian’s machinery market, it is a given opportunity to strengthen their employees’ efficiency in every department.

Noyakong also hopes to expand in the importation and supply of medical equipments as a service to the Cambodian healthcare sector.

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The mammographer in the picture is an important machine for breast cancer prevention. Moeun Nhean

Bunsann Kim, CEO of Noyakong Group Co. Ltd., said that at the start the company only imported spare parts for machines used in the agricultural sector – especially efficiently modern rice-grinding machines that could refine the colour of rice grains – and equipments related to microphones.

However, “Since 2013, the company started to accept orders from customers who were medical workers across the country including various provinces and some from Phnom Penh.”

The vision of Noyakong Group is not short-sighted; this company wants to continue their service to the Kingdom’s healthcare industry and to an ever-growing clientele within the country. This is in addition to cooperating with any party that services healthcare in Cambodia, to ensure the well-being of the Cambodian population.

“After gaining customers from private clinics, laboratories, and some public hospitals, from different provinces including Phnom Penh, where we received orders from 50 clinics for a variety of products, there were some customers going so far as to ordering the highest priced and the latest equipments,” said Kim.

“It was then that our company took a major leap and started business partnerships with successful international suppliers such as GE from the U.S, Philips of the Netherlands, and Germany’s Siemens, among many others.”

He added, “To this day, our company has imported nearly every single type of medical equipment such as every type of ‘laboratory’ equipment – products that analyse blood, urine, feces, and various types of pathogens.”

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The Philips MX16 (as also displayed on the cover). It features a 16-slice system suited to routine CT studies, CT angiography, and advanced motion-sensitive applications such as CT colonography and pulmonary studies. Moeun Nhean

Kim added that these analyses are not only limited to identifying a certain bacteria or virus, but these high-tech machines are capable of the most meticulous tasks such as removing a tiny part from anatomical tissues and developing them into a fungi or a pathogen.

“In order to ensure that the tissue of a suspicious lump is not cancerous, a biopsy is vital to determine that,” he said, explaining that biopsy equipments are also a major part of the company’s supply.

When asked about why the Noyakong Company pays more heed to customers from the provinces than to Phnom Penh customers, Kim said that the company wants to import efficient high-tech equipment to less developed areas in order to ease patients’ lives and cut down on travelling fees.

Furthermore, the Noyakong company has always supported the Ministry of Health, as well as NGOs working in relation to healthcare, whenever they [the Ministry] organize the CME (Continuous Medical Education) program in that, the company has helped in advertising and has established many relationships along the way with owners of laboratories and owners of projects related to the improvement of the healthcare sector.

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The compact Philips Xper Flex Cardio physiomonitoring system (as demonstrated by Khema’s Dr Leakhena) brings a new era of hemodynamic assessment to interventional environments such as cardiac catheterization, electrophysiology, interventional radiology, cardiovascular hybrid and other areas where cardiac monitoring may be required. Moeun Nhean

Thus far, Noyakong has supplied various private clinics in Cambodia with different medical machineries. Some of these are: Cathlab, CT scanner, Interventional Cardiology, Echocardiogram, machines used to track the process of disease, surgical instruments, and emergency aid kits.

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