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MALIS Dental Clinic Was Designated as a Cooperative Dental Clinic for KOICA Volunteer and KOICA Staff

[Picture at the signing MoU, Dec. 6, 2012] Photograph: KOICA Cambodia Office

Phnom Penh: KOICA Cambodia Office and MALIS Dental Clinic have signed MoU on December 6, 2012 to cooperate with each other.

Dr. Motomi Minemura said that she will provide good service and offer very cooperative discount to KOICA Volunteer and KOICA Staff. She also mentioned that Malis Dental Clinic will participate in the CSR (corporate social responsibility) Partnership Programs with KOICA’s Sok Sabay Team by providing the dental treatment to rural people in Cambodia with free of charge.

“We are providing Japanese quality service to not only Japanese patients but all patients in Cambodia.  As a promotion campaign, the cost of the first visit is free until December 31, 2012”, Ms. Motomi Minemura, dentist and the director of Malis Dental Clinic said at the signing ceremony.

Japanese dentist Motomi Minemura also mentioned that she graduated from the university in Hokkaido, and then, she has worked as a dentist in Japan, Cambodia and Vietnam before she opened a new dental clinic on the 13th floor of Phnom Penh Tower in November this year. She named her dental clinic “Malis”, which means jasmine, because the smell of flower has always reminded her of this country. The clinic is an impressive professional outfit complete with imported equipment, medicine and tools from the United States, Germany and Japan. Thanks to a strong commitment to providing the best possible service to build trust with her patients, you’ll soon find out she’s not the average tooth fairy.

To contact the reporter on this story: Mr. Hort Sroeu at his email: hortsroeu@gmail.com

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