International SOS regional managing director for South and South East Asia Philippe Huinck A French doctor established International SOS between Jakarta and Singapore 27 years ago. The company conducted emergency airlifts for patients to Singapore due to the lack of quality health services available in Indonesia at the time.

Philippe Huinck
Philippe Huinck

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