Following a lengthy and competitive tender process, Aspen Medical has won the contract to place urban-based doctors, nurses, oral and allied health professionals on short-term placements in the Northern Territory.
We welcomed Menslink CEO Martin Fisk to our offices in Canberra as part of Mental Health Week. Martin spoke about how young men were three times less likely to seek help for diagnosable depression and anxiety disorders.
Aspen Medical has opened a private healthcare clinic in Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone. The facility is the company’s second such clinic in West Africa following the opening of a clinic in Monrovia, Liberia, in early 2014.
Aspen Medical has been named as the ACT Exporter of the Year 2015. The award was presented at a gala ceremony in Canberra on Thursday 22 October. The company also picked up the Health and Biotechnology category on its way to the overall award.
Aspen Medical has begun a 24-hour ambulance service in South Texas, USA. The new service was formally launched in Austin by co-founder and Executive Director, Glenn Keys, and the Australian Capital Territory’s Chief Minister, Andrew Barr MLA.
Supported by the Aspen Foundation, the Take Heart project launched its official trailer at the UN in New York. Take Heart puts a spotlight on Rheumatic Heart Diease (RHD). A disease that is 100% preventable.
In response to the recent large scale flooding in Freetown, Sierra Leone, our team responded rapidly to join the relief effort assisting the Ministry of Health and multiple aid agencies in the capital.