Kembangan Group of Medical Centres had its humble beginnings in 1993 as Kembangan Medical Centre (KMC) in Singapore. Following the success of KMC in Singapore, KMC opened a branch in Yangon, Myanmar in 1999 named Kembangan Pacific Medical and Dental Centre.
In April 2008, KMC was renamed, reorganized and relocated to Kembangan-Radiant Medical & Aesthetic Centre (KRMAC) at the International Health and Beauty Centre (IHBC) in downtown Yangon, Myanmar. This new centre offered an increased variety of professional medical and aesthetic services at international-level standard.
In August 2014, KRMAC moved from IHBC to New University Avenue Road and joined with UHC Hospital to become Kembangan-UHC Hospital. As part of Kembangan Group, Kembangan-UHC Hospital provides a comprehensive range of medical and aesthetic services as well as inpatient and emergency care facilities.
Kembangan Group has distinguished itself in the growing medical aesthetic services industry in Myanmar by continually procuring and providing the latest and widest range in aesthetic treatments, using the most recent technology in lasers and lights, while maintaining standards at the international level. Additionally, not only has Kembangan Group established itself as a leading liposuction and plastic surgery institution, it is also a pioneer and leader in the cutting-edge treatment of skin ailments such as vitiligo, psoriasis and severe acne.
Kembangan Group also has branch centres in Yangon and Mandalay. The Mandalay branch known as Kembangan Mandalay Aesthetic & Wellness Centre has been in operation since June 2013. The group also opened another branch, KembanganThuwunna, in April 2016, offering similar aesthetic and wellness services at more budget-friendly prices.
With the strong belief that Kembangan Group has a duty and responsibility to help its fellow country people, the Group actively engages in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Programmes, contributing time, services and resources to those most in need of them. The Group offers free cleft lip and palate repair, cost-sharing surgeries for the treatment of vitiligo, and sets aside one day each year to provide free consultation and medical treatment to the poor and needy.
To help hone the skills and knowledge of young Aesthetic doctors, Kembangan Group conducts training courses for lasers, lights, botox and fillers on a regular basis and recently collaborated with Asian Networks for Asian Beauty to conduct a Korean Threadlift Master Course to great success.
Now, Kembangan KKB Co; Ltd, the distribution channel of Kembangan Group, is currently the sole distributor of the world-famous Alma Lasers equipment in Myanmar, as well as of Korean-brand Daeshin CO2 Fractional machines. Kembangan KKB is also pursuing the possibilities to distribute fillers, Regen PRP and health supplements like Collagen Zengo to expand its distribution range.